Monday, May 10, 2010

Whow...it's Monday Again

I am amazed at how fast Monday came around again. It was a busy, yet somehow uneventful Mother's Day, but today, I had a breast biopsy. I wasn't gonna post this, but, what the heck, it's not like it's embarrassing. I thank the Lord that I have been born in a time when breast cancer is not a death knell. A mere 50 years ago, a diagnosis meant terrible pain and certain death. I usually am awed by technological advances, but today it's medical progress that makes me happy. The procedure itself was nearly a piece of cake and nothing like the one I had 18 years ago. They told me to baby myself for the day, but frankly, I didn't need to. I went about my usual routine two hours later. I didn't take anything for pain as it is neglegible, just applied an icepack every 20 mins., while watching TV with a bag of Dove chocolates with caramel. Well, they DID tell me to baby myself, right! Sooo, legionnaires, I will know tomorrow if I'm one of the 20% of women whose biopsy is not benign.
And, in the meantime, here's a clean & simple card that I squeezed in this weekend. Uh, don't ask for the deets, just enjoy it. My desk is a mess and remember, I'm babying myself. On another subject, have you all been seeing the dies manufactured by companies other than Spellbinders? I was wondering when Spellbinders would no longer be the only kid on the block. Papertrey here has a collection.
Hugs & Blessings,
Erica

3 comments:

Scrapaddict said...

I hope your prognoses will be a good one. I had this procedure a few years ago they removed lots of "chicken fat" type of samples to test. Turns out I had calcification build up from too much caffeine (imagine that). Had to wear a wrap for three days but all else was fine.

Deb Neerman said...

This is fabulous, Erica! Love that sentiment!!

Hope everything is going well with you ... especially all of this biopsy stuff. Always scary and never fun!

Take care and stay well ... sending hugs!

LBCrafts said...

ooo what a neat idea for a card .. I love how you cut the space for the sentiment! Your work is great!