Busy with life. Worked concession stand for football until a big ol' storm came through. (Jim says "my goodness, you have breast cancer. Doesn't that at least get you out of concession stand duty??) Came home in mild hurricane and am now in for the night.
I have joined a breast cancer support site on yahoo and get probably 50 emails a day from those of us fighting this...it's a list serv so I see all the emails. I would say at least two people a day are "diagnosed today." Funny, I feel like a veteran in that area and try to tell them surviving the diagnosis is about 95 percent of the battle. I think about that day and get all choked up--it was worse than anything, even what I am facing now.
Missing Ginger--and John too--just miss the laughter. Although I have had quite a few laughs at work. My friend Jenny, who will KILL me for writing this, was describing a friend of hers who had to go through chemo. She is telling me how this woman coped with it and said "She had beautiful long dick hair"--what she meant to say was "dark" hair--so of course we laughed and about crashed the car. I hadn't laughed like that since Crazy Mil left.
I also learned today that Lori, a cousin, is now teaching with us in Niles! Congrats Lori--it was great to see your excitement!
And a shout out to Quinn--my nephew--who is in the hospital with dehydration. Thought it was appendix--but CT says no. He's just there for overnight and is getting lots of fluids. Goodness--poor thing. Love you Quinners.
That's about it. Can you believe it?
Love to you all. 14 days and counting.