Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Surgery Update

 


My mastectomy surgery will take place sometime next week. I will have the PET scan tomorrow, the doctor will check the results, if the cancer is localized, I will have the surgery. If it is somewhere else in my body, I must have chemo. 

That thought makes having surgery seem like a piece of cake. 


There's a neat story about this utility post. When we first moved here, the local black bear or bears used it as a marking post. I would often find tufts of fur stuck in its crevicies.

While I'm thinking of other things, I want to end this post with a few pictures of the rabbit brush bushes in bloom in our canyon right now. 

I love when they bloom because I know my favorite seasons are coming: fall, winter and spring. 

Summers here are just too hot to be enjoyable for me. 


Our fields are covered in yellow blooms, what a lovely goodbye to summer this is. 







8 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting and for the yellow flowers, cheerful to carry you through next week.

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  2. Hi Inger - wishing you all the best tomorrow ... may the result be the easier of the two outcomes - and then next week the recovery from whatever transpires. I'm so pleased you are going into your personal easier season. I have to admit I'm happy to have the rain ... it's been one hot summer here - relatively unusual, but not always - as I remember 1976! With lots of thoughts and hugs - Hilary xoxo

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  3. I hope that all goes well and that you'll only need surgery.
    Thinking of you and hope to get good news.

    The yellow bushes sure looks pretty.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  4. Let Autumn bring results we are all wishing for, yellow blooms, leave the heat behind, and be positive with whatever result comes. Easier said or written than ever done, Inner strength, love from us all, wherever we are in the world, XXXXX

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  5. I like the name Rabbit Brush Bush and their yellow flowers promising cooler seasons. I hope the PET results show that you need surgery and not chemo.

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  6. I'm thinking of you as you wait for your surgery. All this will soon be behind you.
    Wishing you peace and love.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  7. Hang in there. It is going to be okay.

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  8. I saw a new post from you this Sunday morning and now it's gone. I didn't had time to leave a comment but my thoughts are with you. With your positive attitude, you will be OK. Know that we care and love you, Inger.
    Hugs, Julia

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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