Where are you going this summer and how are you getting there?
My daughter has a very short summer this year so my family is having a "staycation". I live in Southern California so we're going to be local - a day in a hotel on the beach and 2 days at the Disneyland resort.
I used groupon and living social to find deals around town - I'm addicted to those services!
Do you have any tips or tricks to share about planning or traveling?
Mine was a 1980 4 door silver honda civic - maroon interior.
It was a hand-me-down from my mom - I had to pay for gas and insurance.
The only problem was that a roll of Jimmy Dean sausage once rolled under the front seat after a grocery shopping trip. It was not discovered for a day in 100+ heat. That car never quite smelled the same despite cutting out the carpet and multiple air freshening attempts!
I agree with Anon - please do make an appointment with your doctor to discuss these episodes.
It would be helpful to keep a journal - note the time of day, what you are doing, what you ate, if you had any medication, if you are experiencing stress. All of these factors can help your doctor determine a course of treatment.
Thank you for posting. I'm glad to hear that you got a physical check up. Have you checked in with your Kidney specialist to make sure that you are functioning as well as possible?
Another possibility is that you are experiencing mild depression. Check out the WebMD Depression Health Center for some tools to help you determine if this could be a symptom. We also have an excellent community with active members and an expert here: Depression Community
Please be proactive and keep looking for answers. You've been through many challenges - you deserve to feel "alive"!
Oh this is funny! My dad has a bright red convertible Mercedes with a personalized license plate - showing off is what he is known for! I'm not a fan of that.
When my husband picked me up for my first date, he was driving a 1989 GEO metro. Both side mirrors were gone and I held a boom box on my lap for music. He's my kind of guy! (a starving musician at the time)