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Grateful for a normal colonoscopy

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These things are always lofty and aspirational.

 

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Twelve hours ago, outside the procedure room, i wrote yesterday’s Lane 8 post (pictured above).

 

Grateful for a normal colonoscopy.

First time we were ever asked to sit directly outside the procedure room.

About 10 minutes after Dr Moon went in, it was over and we knew it was normal.

 

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Health is wealth

healthy teens
The one in the middle is receiving his 12th colonoscopy as i type this.

 

Blinding flash of the obvious…

Health is wealth.

Feeling good about how you take care of your bank accounts?

 

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His Went Well Too

December 21, His 5th
December 21, His 5th

Same procedure. Different Doc. A day after mine. His went well too.

He’s ten.

He’s developing into a courageous young man.

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Besides Diet & Exercise

Procedure Went Well

My "Packet" From Yesterday Morning's Visit
My "Packet" From Yesterday Morning's Visit

Diet and exercise are just two health challenges. Others, like internal organs, sleep, eyes, nose, mouth, ears, teeth, skin, illness, disorders, come with the package.

Your goal of decent (not superb) health is a lot of work. Even more work is not being in decent health…. Yep, the long way is the shortcut…

Yesterday morning’s routine “over-50” colonoscopy went well. It feels good to know. Without the screening, you don’t.

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Lane 8 Digestive Health

Lunch in Finland
Lunch in Finland

When do we think about our long term outcomes – from the food choices we make this week?

Um, well, uh, like never.   Right?

Most of us can’t or don’t want to see that far, because it’s too much work. Or, we won’t give up today’s pleasure and convenience for tomorrow’s payoff – good digestive health.

Our son told me last Friday on the drive home from school that he had a “confession”. He doesn’t really like the bread (double fiber) we use to make his lunch sandwiches.

Grateful for the truth, but now what?

So last night on the way home from a doctor’s visit, I stopped to get some food items, including a different kind of bread, but with the same digestive goal – high fiber.

Blogging about health enhances accountability and increases motivation. Are you working on that too?

If not you, who?  If not today, when?  Seriously. Enjoy your lunch.