Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Cement boob.

I have a boulder for a boob.

No kidding.

Boob is rock solid right now. Dr. M could only put 60 cc's today. It aches terribly right now--but I know it should be ok tomorrow. I took 800 mg of Ibuprofen when I got home and it took the edge off but it feels like I am having a major muscle spasm from the front of my chest to the back. I told Jim it feels like I have a spear through my chest. Tonight might have to be a Darvocet night...

SOOOOO glad to hear from you Kristina! good luck on your move. I don't think I could move right now. We have so much crap. We would have to get a big dumpster first. Jim is pretty good about throwing things away, but its those crazy things like shot gun shells that I don't know what to do with...: ) Yes, I know Mother, IF YOU WOULD JUST PUT IT WHERE IT BELONGS...

We are between sports seasons in the Brawley household which means both kids are home after school. Studying, cleaning their rooms, helping make dinner. You know how it is.

Ginger made Dr. M mad today. She insists on asking when I will be done with the fill up process just to get under his skin. Easy for her to do! I am the one he sticks the big a@@ needle in...
He refuses to answer that question, for obvious reasons, as it is too hard to predict how much I get each week, etc. I have 460 cc's total. I will have to do some research to find out the average fill up. The chest muscle isn't quite even with my other boob yet, but with Sponge Bob in, my filled boob actually looks somewhat bigger than the reduced boob. I may have to flatten Sponge Bob a bit.

My sweater stinks right now. Have you ever left the wash in the washer too long and then dried it? EGUCK. Did I smell like this all day???

Jim made a fabulous salad to go with dinner tonight. I am loving veggies right now for some reason.

Ok. Time to go get the p.j.'s on. Rock boob needs to come out of its holster.

Love to you all. Kristina, thanks for posting. I just needed to know you are ok!

Molly

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Molly,
My step-sister just went through what your going through about 6 months ago. If you wnat to ask some quetions I can give you her name and number. Her son is a senior at Niles. It may help to have some different points of view. Let me know. Glad to hear about your good news at U of M.
Cherie S

Betty said...

Wow! And HUBBA,HUBBA! To remember that the first time I met Andrew, he was at Ballard. Handsome smile there, Babe.

Evan McLaughlin said...

Hi Molly (Mrs. Brawley I should say),
How are you doing? I your blog from my mom and she got it from I think Heather Zimmerman. I'm sorry I haven't commented you until now, but I just found it out yesterday. I also found out about Ava Zimmerman yesterday too. Acctually my whole family found out about her just yesterday. That is just so sad what is happening. I'm so glad you're hanging tough and you're okay. I never got around to thanking you for what you have done for me since I came up to the highschool, so THANK YOU! Thank you so much. You have no idea how much what you have done means to me. And I'm sorry if this sounds selfish and wrong but I have learned so much from you because of your breast cancer. You let me know that anybody can get through anything if they set their mind to do so. You have tought me to be strong in everything I do and anything that happens to me. And I thank you so much for that. I'm so glad you're okay. I'll see you around.
Love,
Evan McLaughlin

Kelly said...

Well Molly,
After reading what Evan wrote, I am in tears again! What more is there to say after that!? I am speechless! You make a difference!