Monday, January 23, 2006

Bad News/Good News

Well, the doctor phoned to say she found a mass. (Something about a thickening in the uterine wall.)
It is not big.

I am going in a week from Thursday to have a tissue sample taken.
It is outpatient and apparently not the most pleasant procedure in the world.

Send positive thoughts my way.


Blogger Dana Pollard said...

Honey, you ask and I'll send it!

I had a biopsy on my uterus a while back and let me tell you... when the doctor says, "this is going to be uncomfortable." BELIEVE! ugh.. talk about pain. makes the normal pap look like a walk in the park.

11:10 PM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

So I've heard.

7:54 AM CST  
Blogger Kelli McBride said...

Oh, you poor babes! I'll definitely be praying and sending good thoughts your way.

2:13 PM CST  
Blogger Rinda Elliott said...

Okay, Betty. We got too much negative stuff happening in the health department.

I think it's time you and I start doing this contest thing and get sold. Happy news would be good, yes?


11:12 PM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

I hear you.

Between your family and mine, we're going to need a truck load of sage and happy thoughts to get back on track.

5:56 PM CST  
Blogger Kelli McBride said...

Betty when you say truckload of sage and happy thoughts, do you mean sage thoughts and happy thoughts, or do you mean sage, as in parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme? If the latter, then what healing properties of sage are you speaking of? ;-)

12:43 AM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

Ha! That was well written, wasn't it?

I speak of the Native American custom of smudging with the herb sage. It is done for purification and cleansing.

7:40 AM CST  
Blogger Rinda Elliott said...

Or we can light a bunch of purple candles. Did the burning sage thing once and did it wrong. Badly. Stinky house.

4:09 PM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

Okay, "BIG GRIN"

If we light purple candles and sage, can we then call ourselves. . .

Writers of the Purple Sage?

(Just occurred to me that you youngin's might not remember Roy Rogers and the Riders of the Purple Sage.) What is purple sage, anyway? How is it different than regular sage? Does it matter?

I need more to occupy my mind. I'm wandering again and that can be dangerous.

4:30 PM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

I wonder if they smudge their manuscripts?

10:39 PM CST  
Blogger Rinda Elliott said...

There is a group called Writers of the Purple Sage. They are affiliates of OWFI. (grin)

10:39 PM CST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Sending good thoughts your way.

1:22 AM CST  
Blogger Betty S said...

Thanks, Bonnie.

I appreciate all the good thoughts I can get.

8:59 AM CST  

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