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... cool breeze, cold....and -of course- no mesquitos out, after finally buying spray! Saturday, July 26 2014 Great chilly morning! Loving this type of weather - I sleep great in the cold :) The hike down Greylock went great, much easier then the hike up. Ride from Pushing-on's Uncle, chinease food, store, ride from couple at store.....wethrr threstened rain, remember Tinker washing head in the stream. .huge hike up, little water, night hike, camped at a little crooked spot. ...
... to get the folks involved that can put a workable solution in place. I also set up a local standing lab order for the blood work I will regularly need for my DF doctors. The assistants at the DHMC 3 L lab were terrific and helped tremendously with that.
I’ve learned that I have to be willing to advocate for myself, even when doing so adds stress. It’s a good thing I practice yoga. Thank you Jill and "Hanuman" too.
We are relieved that my treatment is underway. It was a really good week. Mark & Noah drove me home from The Brigham hospital in Boston Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday morning I got a short haircut. My FB friends say that I look "hip" and younger. I'll take that! My doctors anticipate that I will lose my hair over the next few weeks because the Chemo targets the fastest growing cells in our body. Our hair is ...
We were so excited to visit Bristol again. Last year, we stayed with Joe & Mary, our sponsor contacts, who were some of the loveliest hosts we could have hoped for, we met Brad and Jim Tonner, two brothers who run TwinDesigns, a local gift shop, and who write/illustrate children's books, and we met 16 year old Josh, a boy who was born with an autoimmune disorder and had been homebound and ...
Sorry for the messy updates. This is another one. So Clinic Week has started, which is a one week session for first time Campers who want to experience what Camp life is like, or an extra week longer for those who are also here for first session, or, the whole Summer. Even though I'm not teaching this week, I've been flat out fixing issues with the computer and making my lesson plans. I'm quite proud of how much I have done, probably more homework than all my school ...