We are facing a dilemma and are unsure of what to do. We have sorta conflicting appointments for Wednesday and didn’t realize it.
We have wraparound at 9am and considering this whole CPS thing, this will be an important meeting.
We also have to have Gavin to the Cleveland Clinic by 11:00am for is ultrasound. He then has xrays at 1pm and his actual appointment with urology at 2:30pm. These tests were only recently added but they make sense to do prior to the appointment.
On top of that, I’m not feeling super confident that the van will make it.
Even though the transmission isn’t the problem, but more of a symptom, it still makes the car unreliable and in my mind, unsafe to drive. The last thing I want is to do is have the transmission slipping while on the freeway.
On the plus side, I found out it’s a lot cheaper to get the van fixed than I previously thought.
The last problem is that Lizze has been sick in bed since 8am this morning. All the stress is causing some problems and she’s basically been sleeping all day.
I have no idea if she will feel better in the morning and I really need her help tomorrow.
At this point, I have no idea what the right thing to do is. Thankfully, we see Dr. Patti this evening and I can discuss this with her and she can offer me some guidance.
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maybe the ultrasound and lab tests can be done local and the results sent to the clinic? If course s little later to schedule them at the moment. Don’t forget sarta added daily trips up to Cleveland check the schedule and get the details. any other suggestions I would have would cost money (rent a car) or mean sending Gavin with the grands to his appointment and I know you all don’t like to miss those.
MariaHall thanks. I think we are going to try and accomplish both. We’re gonna cut the meeting short and head up to Cleveland after. That gives us an hour and a half to get there.