Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Phil 4:6-7

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Where else would I live?

This evening I was filling out medical history forms for my appointment tomorrow with the rheumatologist (don't you just love first visits?).

I came to this question at the bottom of one form:

Do you live at home?


(And yes, I do know some people don't have a home, but I kind of doubt my suburban doctor sees many of them.)


  1. I have a couple of smarty comments but I will only say thanks for making me giggle!

  2. Our land line was down once and we called the phone company on our cell phone to report it.

    They asked: "Is that the number you are calling from!"


  3. Sometimes, people DON'T live at home! TDY soldiers come to mind. :-)

    We had a friend who was assigned to Ft. Benning while his family (and home) remained here in KY. He had shoulder surgery without anyone available to help him or nurse him. Contrasted with Davey, who had someone to fetch him drinks and put on his socks and keep track of his pain meds... well, I think there is no comparison. It's helpful to "live at home". ;-)

  4. Hope you finally get some answers and solutions from this new doctor. Praying for you! --- Rosemary

  5. Different people have different circumstances. As a college student, my answer would be "no."


I appreciate your comments -- sometimes I feel like I'm talking to myself!