I start to feel panicky. I'm sweating. And I have to calm myself again.
Last week I had an MRI to see if what looked like cysts really were cysts. I'd had an MRI 18 months ago after my breast cancer diagnosis - and didn't remember having a problem with claustrophobia. Did I just forget in the whirlwind of information and procedures and emotions of that time? Perhaps, but … Continue reading On MRIs and Claustrophobia and the Cloud of Witnesses
I'm sharing a short post (more later when I'm not exhausted) and will cut to the chase here. . . . with the good news that the MRI today showed NO problems! What looked like cysts were indeed cysts. So I'm cancer-free at the 18 (plus almost two weeks) mark. None of us is assured … Continue reading The 18 Month Mark: Part 3
As many of you know, I went for my first post-breast-cancer-treatment mammogram yesterday. I was anxious on Sunday afternoon, but that feeling subsided as evening came on, and I actually slept well. Since I've had several mammograms, I know the drill. But I was worried about the soreness and tenderness I've been experiencing. And about … Continue reading Aspire to aspiration
I chose eddies and currents as my blog name because I see life as a stream or river. Well, I'm not in an eddy right now, but instead the current has swept me up, and I'm on my way to some new place. Less than two weeks ago, I found a lump in my left … Continue reading Breast cancer diagnosis and the new path I’m taking