I spent almost the entire day with Cass at Pantai Medical Center today. Cass’ routine yearly ultrasound scan of her urinary tract for this year is overdue. The date that I got from HKL (Hospital KL) to see the doctor is in January 2018 but I didn’t want to wait so long and didn’t want Cass to skip school, thus I brought her to a private hospital to have it done before our trip to Ipoh and Singapore. I want to have a peaceful holiday without the nagging worry that I have not done what’s important. Each year I will go through the same worry each time Cass’ ultrasound scan is due.
Waiting for the nurse to check Cass’ blood pressure (high blood pressure is often a tell-tale sign of poor functioning kidneys) and radiologist to scan her kidneys was nerve-racking for me. Thank God all her readings are perfect. Cass’ kidneys are growing well and there is no scarring on the right dilated duplex kidney. Praise God again for his blessing and healing upon Cass.
Breakfast at Subway.
Cass loves Subway sandwiches while I relate them to hospital food. Most private hospitals here have a Subway outlet. I ate Subway sandwiches on the day of my surgery in May this year. I ate at Subway when I did my yearly check-up at Pantai early this year. So Subway to me is hospital food and does not appeal to me at all.
Cass trying to dodge the paparazzi! 😀
By the time we reached home, it was way past 4 p.m. After completing some work on the computer, I whipped up a very simple and quick dinner. Cooking for just one kid is such a breeze!
We had breakfast for dinner! This is what Cass loves and she could eat this kind of meal everyday for lunch or dinner.
Mushroom omelette with Havarti cheese, milk, black pepper and lots of onions; grilled organic tomato, cucumber and butter on toast.
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