Radiation

The hardest part about radiation is pulling open the heavy doors to the radiation suite 4 weeks after a double mastectomy (must there be three sets of them in the entryway?).  :-)  Other than that, it’s a breeze!

I’ll post more about what radiation is like, but I’m totally overbooked right now and scrambling to post before a playdate comes over.  Just wanted to say hi.  There’s also a post brewing about the AWESOME party over at Petroville last weekend, and a response to some memes that I’ve been tagged for, awards to give away, a bit about how awesome it was to have parents here recently to help, and then the baby’s been moved to his big boy bed, and both kids are giving up a nap (Widget’s afternoon, Little Bear’s morning), and I’m cleaning out my closets, and oh, my, what am I supposed to do with all these bras?

Ahem.

Like I said, more (and more organized) later.

8 Responses to Radiation

  1. Mama DB says:

    Good for you! I’m so happy to see posts where you are able to enjoy yourself and just going about “normal” everyday life. And the bras? I say have a “no more bras” party and toss ’em!

  2. I am feeling that same way…too much to do, too little time. So of course, instead of doing it, I am reading your blog. A girl’s got priorities!🙂

    Glad to hear you’re feeling good, and I can’t wait to hear more!

    Hugs!

  3. Becki says:

    It would kill them to have automatic doors? You’d think they could manage technology the supermarket has mastered.

  4. Maggie, dammit says:

    ohmygosh you are hysterical.🙂

  5. ~JJ! says:

    Ha! Great question!

  6. Those bras?

    Make awesome double-slingshots.

    xoxo CGF

  7. Beth_C says:

    Perhaps a bra burning is in order! 🙂

  8. Stimey says:

    Wow. You’ve been busy!

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