Ooo, it's very exciting. It's like waiting for your acceptance letters to see which university/college you got into. As I was munching on my delicious bowl of Vanilla Mini Wheats
this morning my mother shouted out a mail call; my MRI
letter is here. Eek! How exciting! What will the magical date be?? August? September??
Here in Canada such diagnostic procedures may well be free but it means waiting for months on end to get an appointment. I had to wait nearly 2 months just to see the liver specialist who then spoke to me for 10 minutes and set me up with yet more tests months in the future. My ultrasound is in August but I lucked out with my MRI and have an appointment at the end of July. So high is the demand for such appointments that they actually run the machine 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! I guess when it's free people are more willing to go and doctors are more willing to dole out the procedure. *shrug* By the time this is over it will have taken probably about 8 months to get an answer about what this tumour is on my liver. Good thing they don't think it's malignant, but just to be sure......
Anyway, screw all that. Guess what!?!?
I got me a PROMOTION yesterday!! Yay!! Finally better pay and title for what I have already been doing for a year or more now! Woot woot! You may go ahead and call me the senior training and merchandising specialist for eastern Canada. Or senior sales rep, if that's easier. lol!