Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The roads are clear today.

When I was checking in at the radiation center, I asked how many others didn't make it in yesterday. One of the secretaries said that a lot didn't and that they already had a few cancellations for tomorrow. The forecast is for more snow tonight and tomorrow. I'll wait until morning to make the decision of whether to leave the house or not. I hope the roads are OK, because I have an appointment with the oncologist after the radiation treatment, and then I want to meet my knitting friends at the coffee shop. That knitting group is my main social event each week.

1 comment:

jwcrawford3 said...

I have been thinking about you. My sincerest apologies for not writing. I do miss you and think of you often. I wish I was reading better news about your health. I am saying prayers for a lot of people right now who seem to be in similar circumstances. I have a friend -- she is 32 and was just diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma. She starts her treatment on Friday. I promise I will e-mail some news and pictures soon. Time moves so fast and it keeps moving faster. I can't seem to keep up with anything. Love, Jackie