Monday, January 27, 2014

January 27, 2014

Had to actually reread the last blog to see where I left off...it's been a while eh?

Let's try to update this piece. The shuffle is strong, real strong. Walking in no time, I can feel it. Every hit of the radiation helps to relieve the pain caused by this lower back tumor activity. However, everyday, a new challenge presents itself. Now I've been getting some pretty strong pain from tumor activity in my left hip/leg. Radiation on deck for that.

What have I been up to? Well to be quite frank I absolutely had to get out of the house after being stuck in the sleep->chair->radiation->chair->sleep cycle. I was lucky enough to make it to the Stadium Series game, Devils vs. Rangers, at Yankee Stadium to watch some good outdoor puck...or at least some outdoor puck.  Don't get me wrong a nice, dominating Rangers win will never send me away melancholy - but I felt bad for the goalies, man. In the words of Bart Scott a couple of years ago, they couldn't stop a nosebleed. Big shoutout to Natalie and George for helping a brother to enjoy that game, hope you're out there reading this!

We'll keep up the radiation through this week...and then see where we can go from there for a future plan of action. Stay tuned for that. Until later, I leave you with a picture of myself and the sad, sad Devils fan I got to enjoy the game with. Respect that beard. Later all.



 

5 comments:

  1. of course we are out there! and are reading this. lol by the look on the face of that DEVIL fan, this picture was probably taken when they were up 3-1, because when i saw him at the end of the second period he looked like he crapped himself. lmao LETS GO RANGERS

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  2. You went to the game! Good for you! I taped it because my husband was watching golf and we had a big fight when he wouldn't put it on!! So I watched it later and was happy the rangers pulled a big win! So happy you were able to go. Cards are coming from the first grade and some of them even drew hockey players! Love you. Mrs, V

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