Saturday, July 30, 2011

Morning Craziness, Check. Blog, Check!

OOOppps, I'm so tired that I let my hand rest on the backspace key. Fortunately, it erased just one paragraph, but I liked that paragraph a lot. Since I'm a write what you're thinking sort of author, I won't be recreating it. It's gone forever. Oh well. I woke up for the 2nd or 3rd time this morning around 4:30am, which is why I'm so tired. If I lay off the backspace key, which is impossible to do, maybe I'll finally get this new post out. Hopefully, the morning crazies and fatigue are over. Yeah, I know mornings are crazy in a lot of our homes, but I was hoping to have a lil' morning quiet time while the rest of the house was sleeping. And I did, but instead of typing on the computer, I was falling asleep on it, which happens a lot to me. My pain pills knock me out when doing anything cerebral. I can't read very much, do work on the computer, etc. So I titled this entry with a lot of determination, and some caffeine.

Since March, I've been through a clinical trail in Bethesda, MD. I think I'll send out a separate post about that. For now, I just wanted to catch you all up to where I'm at now. The trial didn't work, so now we're looking into other ones and strongly considering going to holistic/natural route. There's a therapy in Cali lead by a Dr. Sebi that I'm leaning toward right now. Before then however, I will be undergoing a 10 day radiation on a tumor found in my bone, the sternum. So you can pray about that. This tumor has been causing a lot of pain, and I'm told most of the pain will be taken care of through this radiation treatment. Yeah!

3 comments:

  1. Hi Stacy -- Appreciate the effort it takes to write this stuff... You are an excellent writer, and I'm sorry I won't get to read the paragraph that deleted itself ;-) The sternum was an issue back when I saw you here in NYC. That's been a while. Glad you got it treated. Sorry NIH didn't work out. I've heard Eastern Medicine seeks to find the root cause blocking the flow of energy and producing the illness, tumor, etc, and then unblock it --- and it dissolves. They see illness as an altered state that needs to be returned to normal. Maybe Japan is the place to go?! I'll see what I can find about that -- though I think India is more like it. Hang in and I'm praying for you!!!
    xoxo-
    Betsy

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  2. Stacy,
    I'm so sad you're gone. Your family and friends misses you here. Heaven is lucky to have you, so we'll see you again!

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  3. Hello,
    I have a question about your blog. Please email me!
    Thanks,
    David

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