Yesterday we went to the neurological doctor and a further evaluation of Ron. The doctor said he didn't think that Ron has Parkinsonism, and wants to further evaluation him for normal pressure hydrocephalus. Next week Ron will return to Barnes Jewish Hospital for 3 days so that they can do several more spinal taps. These should indicate if Ron has normal pressure hydrocephalus, and if he does, they will schedule surgery to place a shunt. So we have to wait, something we do a lot.
Today I went with Norrie and Wilma to the Ethical Society for a lecture “Politics and Problems of the
World’s Water Resources”
Dr. Robert Criss, MS, PhD,
Department of Earth an Planetary
Sciences, Washington. It was interesting, but somewhat depressing. I guess a series that investigates world problems won't feature a lot of happy topics.
I am finishing up the entry forms for our quilt show in March. The forms for the Art Quilt group are due tomorrow. There are 4 challenges:
My package held crackers and had brown, blue and green.
I am entering 2 more art quilts, Weeds and For the Love of Outlander. I got permission from Diana Gabaldon to use the cover design. The designs were sewed to silk and the pieces then sewn to cotton.