I’m going to have to “phone it in” to the blog this week. Except that I don’t know how to do that. What I mean to say is that I’m not going to be at my computer much.
I have work in the real world (Yippee Skippee!) and it is all quite a long drive from my home. Two days I also perform in the evening, so I’ll be leaving the house at 5:30 a.m. and getting home after 9:30 p.m. I refuse to complain!
I have a few quick updates for today.
- Regular readers may remember the absolute Hell I have endured since I tried to give blood platelets. I was informed by the blood bank that I had Hepatitis C antibodies in my blood. I have never been so frightened in my life! Over the last several months, I have submitted to blood test after blood test. Thousands of dollars worth of labwork later (and yes a good chunk of it came out of my pocket instead of the insurance) I finally have the diagnosis: FALSE POSITIVE! It seems that because I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and a Thyroid disease, it screwed up the test. Though I feel I’ve lost years of my life due to the stress, I can finally breathe easier. Thank you to all of you who supported me as I worried!
- Here is a comment from a mom whose child received an afghan from Share A Square last summer. She dropped by the post about The Good Medicine Project
- Yes! I need your help! I can make all the bags if I have to do so, but it will mean so much more to the children to know that HUNDREDS of people cared. Click that link up there and see if you will be one of those folks.
- I will be posting on my blog over at Posterous, and have had some pictures I took at a flea market in Houston, if anybody is interested. I promise I don’t talk as much over there. I like posting over there, because I can do it from my e-mail account (I can’t log into WordPress on a school’s computer!).
Well youâ€™re making this Cancer Mom cry again! Tyler(Cancer Fighter) & Ryder(the Awesome little brother) LOVED the afghans that they received at camp this summer. I cant wait to see the Good Medicine bags next year! I know they will be just as cherished by them as the afghans are. To all of you that contribute. Thank YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!! Its the little things and thoughts that help get these kids thru. They FEEL the LOVE!
As The Seven Dwarves would say, “Hi Ho, Hi HO! It’s off to work we go!”