good &….

Good news: echo-cardiogram is normal! No chemo damage for me. Doesn’t explain the heart palpitations, but at least it’s nothing structural. Woohoo!

&….I-5 has structural damage. The heavy concrete medians are scattered like pick-up sticks. It may be the end of the weekend before it’s opened. So, we, like many others, are studying the back roads of Southwestern Washington. Scheming. I’m sure the traffic jam will be hours and hours long. Sigh….

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2 responses to “good &….

  1. Anna Jarzab

    Dear Imagine Bright Futures II editor,
    I am working with VOICE (an imprint of Hyperion publishers) on marketing a memoir by Kelly Corrigan, a thirty-six-year-old woman whose life was changed forever when she discovered a lump in her breast. Kelly’s breast cancer diagnosis was quickly followed by her father’s own late-stage cancer. After reading your blog, I thought this book might be of interest to you, and I would love to send you a copy for review or discussion on your website. Please feel free to contact me at anna@authorsontheweb.com for more information.
    Best wishes,
    Anna Jarzab

  2. I just found your blog through Sarah…I’m glad to know your echo is good…one of the hardest things we have to face is that for all the “good” we are doing ourselves with the treatment we’ve had, there are such negative side effects and things that can affect us long term. I’m a 2 years and counting survivor…IDC for me too. I’ll be back and you can find me at my blog if you’re interested!

    As for the heart palpitations..could be anything; stress of all this for one thing. Hopefully the doctors will get to the bottom of it!

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