Year 2, Month 5 and 5 days: Storm clouds and rainbows
So, it is that time again. Time for annual testing. My blood work always tells me I am healthy, my CT always points to the interesting lumps and bumps of life that I would never know about had I not required a CT in the first place and of course… the hands on exams. Every girls least favorite.
This time we felt a lump. I suppose it has been there since the last surgery. So off to get an ultrasound I go. Results state ” 1.4 x 2.7 x 0.4 cm Continue reading
Day 37: The not so secret – but a kinda secret club….
There is a club of sorts, for those of us with cancer. Once word gets out that you are a member you will be amazed by the number of people who know the secret handshake and have experiences to share. I am ever so thankful for these fellow warriors. Because truly, the doctors leave you guessing most the time. In fact it feels like you are on a never ending roller coaster of surprises.
This process is interesting because you feel the whole time like you are fighting for Continue reading
Day 17a: SURPRISE! IV contrast! 😐 Seriously, I never have liked surprises…. Survived the MRI… Now we wait…
Actually, I received a few super cool surprises too. A volunteer brought in a healing stone for my desk and a good friend sent me some tea. People are simply amazing. Love you Suz and Joe!