Hey, folks, So it’s two years ago today that I got my breast cancer diagnosis and began the scary and painful course of treatment that has, for now, left me cancer-free. I’m in the midst of my every-six-months run of appointments and labs, so it’s all very present in my mind, but I got cleared on mammogram this week so once my bloodwork comes back, I’m all set until February when we do all this again (except the mammogram).
Solidarity from both knees; my left ankle, elbow, and hand; and my right shoulder, which you can probably hear popping if you're outside in the morning and the wind is from the south. Glad you're still along for the ride with us.
Had a car which had a dead starter; for about a week I kicked it backwards, and aimed at the center street gutter.
The long haul is a good thing. Glad to hear the good news.
We are very glad to hear that you are doing well. Riding the pale horse coming up to 73, I can say that I'm happy to still be here, in spite of being slower, achier and perhaps a little grumpier. What does get better is taking it all in stride. "Oh, yeah, that again." <3