Lab numbers are still stable. CR(creatinine) has come down to an acceptable high. BP and HR still running higher than we like. Her tacrolimus was a little low, so had to increase dosage. She has periodic problems with kaleidoscope vision, sometimes with other symptoms like hearing cicadas, feeling lightheaded, tingly fingers, and numb hands. It doesn't usually last long. She had a several spell of this in early June which lasted 3 hours. The more recent times have been short-lived like 10-30 minutes. Don't really know what to make of it. She is seeing an ophthalmologist on Monday. If she doesn't see anything in the eyes, then we will keep trying to figure it out. The one in June mimicked a transient ischemic attack.
Karly and I enjoyed some shopping trips to Tysons Corner Mall on Thursday evening and Gaithersburg Rio on Friday. Zach enjoyed his usual activities...sleeping in late, reading, computer time, fitness work-out. Today I'm going on the NIH Natural History Museum trip. Karly is excited about Lora visiting her this weekend for some girl time. Zach will continue to do his usual. All is well on our home-front.
We are relaxing in Jesus' everlasting arms.