I now have my own cell phone! Believe it or not, this is my very first official cell phone.
I've used a TracFone in the past. I carried one on my trip to Boston a couple of years ago and during the summer months when I take long bike rides, but now I'm officially on my husband and son's cell phone plan. So far, I haven't used it much, but in case of emergency, I'm prepared and that's GOOD NEWS.
The MoviPrep pictured to the right isn't a tasty, over-sized drink sold in movie theaters to extremely thirsty patrons. No, no, no, it's a liquid mixture prescribed for individuals who elect to undergo the less than joyful procedure known as a colonoscopy.
My father had colon cancer so my doctor recommended that I should have a colonoscopy to test for any presence of cancer cells. Fortunately, my test results revealed that all is well at least in that department and that's GOOD NEWS.
I never imagined I'd need root canal therapy. Guess what? Last month, my endodontist had his first and I hope his last trip up and down the canals of my molar.
I shouldn't complain because the tooth barely bothered me at all previous to, during and after the procedure. A slightly tender but fairly large bump on my gums above my upper left first molar was my only symptom.
I'll return to the endodontist on Tuesday for my second and final treatment. Believe it or not, I have good news to share regarding my RCT as well. Since the dental office where I'm employed refers patients to this group of endodontists (I personally make the telephone calls), I was given a discount, not a little discount or a medium-sized discount but a huge discount. And that's GOOD NEWS.
I've had these subjects on my list of blogs to post. Although, initially they seemed unrelated, I lumped them all together because my growing list was getting on my nerves. That's when I realized each event had its own good news message.
And to think that it's often said that no news is good news!