DH had his ultrasound this morning. While, of course, the radiologist still has to read it, the tech was able to tell him she could see sludge in his gallbladder (but no stones). She said this is typically treatable with medication. I looked it up on the way home and the information said this can be a cause of acute panreatitis. So, hoping this is the answer they've been looking for. We follow up with one of the hospital/clinic providers tomorrow and will see what they say.
I have payroll processing to get done today. I pre-did most of the questions yesterday. Still working on it now that I am back home, but shouldn't have any big issues with it. We have an online company meeting at noon that should take about an hour. DD will be leaving about an hour after that. My company had an employee who's at the office get Covid positive yesterday, so now everyone who was working in the office has to work from home for a week or so. This company meeting was planned before this, but everyone will just have to access the meeting remote now.
Dh had to go all night w/o eating or drinking before this ultrasound at 9. We stopped at McDonalds on the way home. Geez. 3 egg mcmuffins and 2 small oj's is $17 now.
There was a couple who looked at the lots for sale next to us yesterday afternoon for probably like an hour. The agent was there too, for most of their time there looking. They looked like a quite a bit older couple. DH took a peak from the bonus room window with the binoculars as they were on the lot next to us and said they looked in their 70's. All 3 of us said hmmm....doesn't seem like people in their 70's would want to go through the hassle of building a house! So, then dh came up with this scenario (he always does this) that they are snowbirds and plan to just park their travel trailer for 6 months a year...because the covenants say you can park one for 6 months...BUT that is in reference to while you build a home, you are allowed to live in a camper for 6 months while building. Not park it every year for 6 months at a time. Then, in his typical doomsday attitude he's like "who's going to enforce the covenants?". Well, geez....same way we knew when we bought this property how any covenant violations would have to be enforced - since there isn't an HOA. The other property owners would have get together and get an attorney to send a letter about the violation, if the other owner won't cooperate. He gets himself all riled up for nothing.
Well, almost time for my company meeting. Hoping for a plan of action from the dr. tomorrow.