rain and radiation


What a storm!  We’ve never seen summer rain fill the pit before.  Banjo Man ran out to take pictures from the safety of his shed.

Lightning hit a house a few miles away.  And one of our tomato plants lost the will to live.

Monday was our day to meet with the radiologist and have the “mapping” done for the future radiation treatments.  I learned that I would have 22 treatments (4 weeks +2) instead of 30+.   Eight less trips to the city!  Hurray!

The whole “mapping” process was pain free, stress free and fascinating.  There was a Cat scan and tattoos…and several lovely, funny women taking care of the whole thing.

The real thing starts next week, after a dress rehearsal on Tuesday.  So between physical therapy and radiation, August is going to be a very busy month.  But I could be done with radiation before September…and isn’t that something to look forward to!


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5 Responses to rain and radiation

  1. Marge Fridrich says:

    So pretty.

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Marge Fridrich says:

    Absolutely something to look forward to. Good news.

    Sent from my iPhone


  3. Cynthia Fitchett says:

    You have a great attitude, Kristine. Keep it up. The next week’s will not be fun.

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