Another wonderful day to be alive! It was, in review, a pretty good day, a few high a few lows but as I sit here in contemplation and review I am grateful to have experienced both. I had my weekly with Dr. Dagan and Carlene and both were very pleased that I am doing so well. 4 lbs down, but in line, tumors are shrinking and the irritation is very acceptable. Skin looks great, outlook is superior and willingness is commendable – don’t care who you are – it is nice to get stroked! They recommended some new products for saliva production and they were intrigued with Kat’s broth find. While I was waiting between radiation treatment and seeing them I ran into an old friend, Rob Guyton. Rob works in medical equipment and was down at UF this morning. Rob is a pilot and before the conversation was over he offered to fly me to lunch at Cedar Key when I felt up to lunch. I love small plane flying and can’t wait to catch up! And, I got to spend some time with some fellow patients from England – a wonderful couple. The lunch today was “crunchy” so I skipped and ran some errands.
Home by 2:30 and straight to bed! See I am learning…sometimes slowly sometimes
quickly. A visit with Tom and Pie, dinner of oatmeal and cake, some filing tasks, Kat just got home from her woodcarver’s meeting and time with you. What more could a boy ask for…..oh I know my friends from Atlanta, Chuck and Bobbie send me some skull and crossbones candle holders!! I will wrap up tonight with two pictures – 1 the start of my day and 2 the end – God’s palette painted with His love for us and it’s ours if we take the time to see it. My love to you all and I can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings.
LESSON OF THE DAY – Remember to look for the small stuff.