With the exception of a few reblogs, I haven’t posted anything here in quite awhile. We’ve had a lot going on for the past couple of months, including two surgeries with biopsies. Although I have been feeling great emotionally, thanks to the 25 or so neurofeedback treatments that I’ve had since February, physically I have been feeling like death warmed over. I thought for sure that at least one of my two biopsies would be cancerous. (I had a type of uterine cancer almost 40 years ago, and with the horrible way I was feeling, I believed that it must have come back.)
But according to the pathology reports, I do NOT have cancer. YAY!!!! What I had, on the first biopsy that was done near the end of May, was an area of inflammation. On the second biopsy that I had a little over two weeks ago, the surgeon removed a cyst. The pathology report said that the cyst was benign. According to the surgeon’s interpretation of that report, my body was actually having an autoimmune reaction to the cyst. So — no wonder I felt so awful! Every day since that cyst was removed, I have been feeling better and better.
Right now, I’m getting ready to leave for the airport. I will be flying to Washington State, where I plan to spend 5 days with my daughter, who is on break from her psychology studies at Whitworth University, and with her daughter, my oldest grandchild, who is on break from her social anthropology classes at Harvard. I’m so excited!!! But I am a bit nervous, too, it’s been a long time since I’ve been on an airplane.
I won’t be taking my computer, because I want to give all of my time and attention to my girls. Which means you won’t be seeing my comments or posts on WordPress, until after August 4.
Thank you for stopping by. If you would, please say a prayer for safe travels for my granddaughter, her fiancee, and this old great grandma. ❤ ❤ ❤