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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Short Update

I'm going to take it easy this week. However, next week, I will delve back into my past journal entries.


1. benign, non-cancerous

2. see therapist today after his vacation

3. see surgeon for follow up

4. auto accident settlement much higher than I anticipated

5. received an early Christmas gift of jewelry...oooh!!

6. tired and glad to be back



Immi said...

CC, I'm glad to hear such a good update, especially that the lump was benign. That's great.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

What a happy update! Glad to hear that the lump was benign. What kind of jewelry did you get??

Tamara (TC) Staples said...


All such good news (except for the tired part and a little rest will hopefully fix that)!

Take care and come back when you are ready and rested.


Anonymous said...

Hello, my dear CC--I just wanted to let you know that I was thinking of you this morning and hope you are doing well. I, like the others, am so happy for you.

Take care, my friend--


Clueless said...

@immi. Thanks for you support. Yes, it is great news.

@ash. Hip, Hip...

@precious rock. Yea, lets talk about the good stuff. Earrings that I have been eyeing for quite some time.

@tamara. As always, you are such a place of warmth and tenderness for me. I have the depression tiredness underneath the discomfort/surgery tiredness and I can't sleep very well. Maybe, I will take the Vicodin in the evening...it gets me a bit more sleep. Thanks.

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