March 1, 2016
This morning Sister Fanning had an appointment with her orthopedic pain specialist. She talked to him about her lab tests. He did not know much about the test except that it showed inflammation in the body. He suggested that she see a rheumatologist. He said that they would give her a battery of tests to see what was wrong. Since Sister Fanning can’t get in to see a rheumatologist here until June. She decided to look for one at home. She did not see one at healthgrades.com that had very good reviews in Pocatello, Blackfoot, or Idaho Falls. She did find an LDS rheumatologist in Caldwell, Idaho, rated 4.8 out of 5. That will give us a reason to stay with the grandkids.
We stopped at Costco to do some shopping. We picked up two dozen muffins for zone meeting. We were going to be late, but should get there at about halftime. When we got to the chapel in Hanford, no one was there. After texting our district leader, we found out that the meeting is next week. Now we have to figure out what to do with two dozen muffins.
We had leftovers from lunch yesterday for lunch today. It was so good. Sister Fanning found the recipe on Facebook.
Sister Fanning prepared the paperwork to take to the families who might be interested in a resiliency class. We want to start a class in mid-March so we can finish it before we go home. We prepared a flyer and introductory message for 14 families.
Elder Fanning worked on the budget and bills. He also printed the paperwork for Sister Fanning because her computer would not connect to the printer.
Sister Fanning also submitted her visiting teaching report for the letter route, her regular route, and her route with Elder Fanning. She forgot to submit the report for January, so she did that one. She visited 13 sisters in January, some more than once. She visited 17 sisters in February.
Sister Fanning also started working on her Military Relations Reports.
Elder and Sister Brown came and brought all of their leftover food for us and the missionaries. They brought some paper goods and missionary materials, too. We will sort and figure out what to keep and what to pass on tomorrow.
We left about 6:00 to deliver the 14 resiliency invitations. We found most people home. Those who weren’t, got the invite left in their front door. Sister Fanning will text them later this week to see which days and times work best and if they are interested in taking the course.
When we got home we made some appointments for tomorrow, texted our replacements – Elder and Sister Gressel, and did some other paperwork.