Sunday, June 6, 2021

Sunday Ramblings


Another beautiful day, a bit cooler which is wonderful considering how hot it has been. We even managed a teeny tiny bit of rain overnight. 

So I have kind of processed my news. I always thought that the Cancer Clinic would phone, but that it would be a conversation over the phone with an oncologist saying "No everything is fine, you will not need any more treatment. Just keep going to your OB/GYN for the next (fill in the year) years to make sure all is okay.

Instead the call I got on Friday was to set up an appointment for a consultation as to where my journey will take me next. Hmmm, hopefully they are just being thorough, but the way my luck has been going lately, there is just that little bit of niggling doubt and worry that I will need more treatments. If so, I hope that all moves along smartly and considering how quickly the clinic phoned (about a week and a half later), I am pretty sure that if my worst fears are realized my treatments will start rapidly after my consultation (and another Pap smear, and another strange to me doctor). I just can't seem to win for trying lately.

So that's my news for now. I am busy working on those goals and slowly making my way through them. The pants were all hemmed, another 4 inches of a scarf done, and at least 200 stitches in the counted cross stitch (though that looks like nothing has been added to it). 

I will be trying to get as much done as possible just in case!!!

In other news are shots caused us to feel very fatigued, and my arm is sore and very red around the injection site. The redness is fading, but the fatigue and slight headache (me only not Harvey) is still with me. I have not been doing my walking over the last couple of days but hope to do a bit tomorrow.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.


  1. I'm sorry your medical journey is going to continue and hoping that it turns out to be an easy one.

  2. Sending lots of positive thoughts your way, and hoping for the best possible outcome. Virtual internet hugs coming your way.

  3. Oh Jackie, I can imagine how frightening that must be for you. Hopefully they just want to go over all results in person rather than on the phone and everything is okay. I am keeping you in my prayers.

  4. Just wanted to say that I am praying for you. Take care.

  5. Jackie, I am sorry you have this extra worry. I'll keep praying for you.

  6. (((((Jackie))))) My hope and prayer for you is that they are just being thorough. My heart goes out to you. God bless you.

  7. Oh i pray for you every night my friend that all will go well.

  8. That's the news I was hoping for Jackie and I realize it wasn't for you either. Hopefully they'll give you some reassurance when you have your scheduled appointment.

    I had my shot this morning, so far no reaction at all. I hope your fatigue has resolved itself and your arm is feeling better.

  9. I am praying for you Jackie.

    I'm hoping that your fatigue is gone now. I had far worse side effects from the shot.