A whole new way to walk arrived at my house the other day. I accepted delivery of a steel rollator walker. It has a seat so I can sit down when I need to. I tried it out in the house while the deliveryman was still here. I couldn’t believe how much easier it made … More New Transport
In the wee hours of early morning God woke me with a warning. His warning was so strong I grabbed a pencil and scribbled in the dark: “Skip confusing speculation…” God’s warning came soon after the MRI, which was several weeks go. That was when I received the initial diagnosis of cancerous lesions on my … More Skip Confusing Speculation
Blood work, Lab work, and a PET Scan. Waiting and more waiting to find out the answers. Modern medicine seems to be: hurry up and wait. I feel like we are standing in line at the world’s largest roller coaster waiting for our turn to ride. We can see some of the tremendous hills and … More Tests, Tests & More Waiting
Have you noticed a theme running through some of my recent blog posts? Aging and signs of aging. Ugh. For the past several months, walking has not only been painful, but downright awkward. I walk like an old cowboy who has spent the last 40+ years in the saddle. Maybe that’s what happened to the … More Surprise!