Car in the shop; First Aphasia test today…
I’m sitting over at my daughter Penny’s house where my wife dropped me after I left my car at Brown’s Car Repair to find out why it is overheating. Very shortly we have to leave to go and get the first of three Aphasia test appointments that my Doctor arranged yesterday.
I’m expecting just about everything to go wrong today… my car will need days to repair and will be very expensive, the medical tests will show that I am slipping into a mental breakdown state (where I probably won’t be able to drive the now expensive car anyway), and my life will go dribbling down the drain.
Or it could work out alright.
What are the odds?
1. Car is going to cost around $1200.00 and needs a new radiator, thermostat and a couple of other parts that Browns won’t have until tomorrow. That’s pretty depressing (Hello debt!)
Penny drove me home and I start thinking about the dismal Fall that is beginning.
Posted on September 8, 2010, in Family, Finance, Health Care, Opinion, Word from Bill and tagged Aphasia, brain, Communication Disorders, Conditions and Diseases, Language and Speech, Magnetic resonance imaging. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.