Longleaf Stories

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Personal note: Here’s an update on my sludgey carburetor. Saw the surgeon today, Dr. John Ochsner Gage. He has ordered a HIDA scan. My gall bladder walks like a duck and quacks like a duck. The HIDA-scan will determine if it is a duck. Test is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., Good Friday.

Meanwhile, I’m eating and drinking pretty much normally, since I have been eating a low fat diet for more years than I can count. The pain is reasonably low grade and comes and goes, so don’t be shocked out of your gourd when I post pictures of our dinner tonight. It was fish and spinach, but the picture looks as decadent as the taste. (You’ll see!)

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