Monday, September 20, 2010

tick tock

092010


I drank my lovely barium berry smoothie and went for my wonderful ride through the doughnut. The IV was put in with only one stick, one painful stick, but only one.  And now, while my fate hangs in the balance, I am supposed to go about my life like nothing is happening for three days.  Why does time always move slower when you're waiting for test results?

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12 comments:

  1. what a great watch!

    I'm sorry time is going so slowly for you. I can relate on a smaller scale. I hope everything goes speedy for you this time. Of course you'll be in my thoughts - best wishes for the best results!

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  2. Do something sweet and special for yourself. Have lunch with some friends. visit a museum, go to the park, take a hike (literally). Do things that relax you and bring you joy. Waiting, does not change the results. So find something that you love and do it. You will be happier for the next few days. My prayers continue to be with you. I know He loves you and will bring you comfort.

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  3. It's THAT time of the year again, is it. Keeping my thumbs up for good results. Hugs xxx

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  4. No worries my friend. 3 days will go by slowly, but when those testa come back with awesome results, you'll forget all about those 3 days. *hugs*

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  5. I love the simplicity of this...it almost makes me hear the time go by...."tick tock tick..."

    Go do something special for yourself and enjoy!

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  6. Lisa,

    Your images are lovely, and I love the way you so simply but eloquently get to the heart of cancer emotions. My man will have his first CT scan on December 14th and then every 3 months for 2 years. I hope all was well with yours.

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  7. you have a wonderful way of telling your story wich helps both you and us around to think of the world and our days in another way than usual. A wonderful old clock in a nice angle as well

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  8. You will be in my thoughts, Lisa, and I pray that the next few days will bring you news as wonderful as your photographs.

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  9. I hate wait.

    Wishing you the happiest of test results.

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  10. I'm sure time is dragging. Wishing you the best of luck.

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  11. I can practically hear the loud ticking of that pocket watch as you wait, wait, wait for results. Positive thoughts!

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