Many weeks of spike hectic in our lives this year. Won’t get started on last year, that wasn’t without medical concerns, either. Reflecting brings on too much stare time, but the spikes have a pattern that indicates “just wait until this is over” attitude. We waited between spikes with some relief and a knowing that “it ain’t over yet.”
Suspect E R could be our next visit. Pattern seems to be medical attention is most necessary on weekends when Monday Friday nine to five visits are not available.
Spiritual attention we do get from devotions, radio programs, and “angels-on-call” visits twice a week with non-fast-food dinners. We cherish the visits.
You might think we’re up in years. We are. We acted ten years younger just two years ago. Time tells on us. We’re not too scared to admit it. Now it’s past bedtime so this page is to be continued. 7-24-16 – or later. Yet to come is CT scan and findings — no cancer is a find.
We are not into road trips that take us away from a 10-15 mile radius. Dr appts and shopping for necessities about covers it. Fatigue sets in and calls for a nap. We’re okay with that. Robo phone calls are fewer (unavailable, etc) so our attention is domestic. The perfunctories get done, extras take a bit longer. Ah, yes,please do vacuum.
Now May 2017 and the above still about truth be told. Specifics blur the medical schedules — no, the schedules blur the specifics. Eight months of chemo gets little applause. Current clinical trial three months done and five months to go. CTs monthly show only “stable;” the last one maybe “roughly stable” as the good Doctor Oliff suspects lesions in abdomen and lymph nodes may be more than simple lesions. So Tuesday, May 9, will be more clearly identify the “spots.” Staying prayed up.