When I began this blog I accompanied the posts with photos, something I haven’t done in quite awhile. Soon, I will include a page of many photos related to the various posts, sort of how it would be done in a book. I enjoy taking pictures, but the writing uses most of my energy.
This week we will travel again to Southern Maine for a scan which will illuminate where the cancer remains and its rate of growth. The last scan was in January, so there should be quite a difference, for the better. I’ve had quite a bit of bone pain recently and overwhelming fatigue, which I hope is an indicator that the bone cancer is resolving. I’ve learned that when my cancer retreats it does so in a blast of inflamation.
We were going to spend the week end at a nearby house on the ocean owned by Chad’s family, but our plans have changed due to buckets of rain. Maybe I’ll finish the lobster stencil in the kitchen; the other day I worked on a window and it came out well. The window faces our neighbor’s home and we wished for privacy. To that end, I had panes of glass cut to fit over the existing ones; in between the two pieces I slid same-sized sections of art paper. Now, the window still admits light but we have a pretty screen.