Oct 31, 2019 10:08AM maryna8 wrote:
hi Gill, I have no idea what will happen with my friend who had the lung tumors. Her husband is also adamant about no more chemo, I think they do not fully understand how cancer can develop, they have been given some iffy advice by a family member and that, along with her recent treatment troubles, has convinced them that she is cancer-free. No matter the prognosis. I just hope and pray for the best, for her and for all of us really.
In other news, my oncologist visit was uneventful, she felt for lumps and we chatted about general health. I will have a breast MRI in 6 months because of density in breasts, she did say that breast density usually decreases with age.
I have been set free of big sling, hurrah! I saw the orthopedic doc and She did say to use it if insecure in crowded places or if being very active for next week or two. It does feel quite "out there" in the big world, but it's so nice to wear what I want, use a seat belt, and lie in bed without arm props, just a few examples.
What a week, i've seen oncologist, orthopedic doc, acupuncture doc and Physical Therapist, I see her again today.
In other news, I've read snippets of Catholic priests being allowed to marry in some third-world countries. Perhaps that should be universal, it might help fix the priest shortage problem, what do you think?
Cheers for all the young mom's who are figuring out spooky costumes and also how to keep their kids warm! It has gotten cold here suddenly, we had a little snow overnight and the door handles on my truck were frozen this morning. I think tonite I will just snuggle up and watch a spooky movie, my homage to Halloween.
Talk to you later, love, Mary