... rheumatoid arthritis (RA). If you’ve read my earlier post, you’ll know that I was waiting for test results to find out why my ANA level (potential marker for an autoimmune disorder) was so high, with the particular test looking for rheumatoid. Although trying to find the actual answer will have to wait until I … Continue reading Well At Least It’s Not…
So, Guylty was asking if the view in Toronto is a nice as the one I left in Vancouver. Well, there are no mountains, but here's the view from the conference centre I'm at during the day. Nice juxtaposition of old and new. (The old is Toronto's Old City Hall.) My hotel has a swimming … Continue reading Toronto Revisited; and Vancouver
Hard to believe, but Sunday was my first day off in I don't know how long! I slept in and then went outside to find that it was sunny -- and warm enough to forgo the jacket and just wear a short-sleeved shirt! The Weather Network says it's going up to 19 Celsius (66 Fahrenheit) … Continue reading A Day off and Sunny Weather!
Spring has arrived in the British Columbia Lower Mainland. The cherry blossoms are in bloom for their brief appearance before coating the ground in petals. Of course Spring in Vancouver comes with clouds and rain. Well, as do most seasons, truth be told. Not that I'm complaining... our grass stays green and the gardens are … Continue reading Spring and an Irish Armitage Care Package