ams5796 wrote:Congratulations on your scan. It's always scary to look at the results online...and to get them in person.
BrownBagger wrote:Happily, it's a good scan--some significant shrinkage in some places and stability in others. No sign of a recurrence of the bronchial tumor that I had removed in March (whew!).
BrownBagger wrote:I realize the wisdom of Sloan's policy, and I really debated peeking at the report. But, you know, couldn't help myself. At least now we don't have to spend our five-hour drive tomorrow wondering and worrying. Don't think I'll tell Kemeny that I knew in advance.
BrownBagger wrote:I managed to get the garden in over Memorial Day weekend, thanks to my daughter who came out from California to attend her bridal shower and of course, to help me put the garden in. It's not all that hard, mostly because the soil is very loose and workable, but I tire easily and while I have lots of stamina, it's only available in small doses. I need to rest frequently when doing any kind of hard work, but am good to go after a few minutes. So it gets done over time with persistence. Much easier having some labor available. She wants me to supply some of the food for her wedding in August, so I suggested she help me choose what to plant.
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