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Received good news Friday. My blood work & ct scans came back showing no signs of my cancer returning. And... I get to do my ct scans once a year now (instead of twice) because everything came back clean. I'll have my blood work done again in January.

I'll be going for a substitute cook training August 2nd. This will determine if I can become a cook for a local school system.  The training consists of watching a video and answering questions, lasting 4 hrs.

August 7th I'll be returning to my heart specialist to see the results of my nuclear stress test (myoview, lexiscan). I'm hoping it will give me the answers I seek about my continued tiredness, shortness of breath, etc...

Really looking forward to Wednesday... won't say what's happening that day, just yet. But, it's going to be a great day. I'll share more on this mystery later.

Almost forgot... I will be working on a picture to post as soon as I can. It's a horseshoe cowboy and a red guitar. Both pictures were taken months apart but were definitely meant to be together. I may even try to make it an animated pic... stay tuned~

15 comments:

Introverted Art said...

Tese are amazing news!!!!!!! I am so so so happy. One of my very good friends had breast cancer and a double mastectomy. My sister-in-law was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer that had was metastatic. There have been some very difficult moments. I know how wonderful it can be to get news like that. I truly am happy from the bottom of my heart and will always keep you in my prayer and thoughts.

Al said...

That's awesome news! Have fun on Wednesday (whatever that is), and with that picture.

lissa said...

it's nice to hear good news from you. I hope you have a great week.

Carver said...

Great to hear your good news. I love the shot of the trumpet vine against the blue sky.

gigihawaii said...

This is good news, indeed! I am so happy for you. Good luck with the job, I hope you get it and are happy with it. Looking forward to Wednesday.

sandy said...

Hey, I think you will do fine on the cooking session.
I hope you get some answers from the specialist.
Can't wait to see what Wednesday brings!

Tricia Hays said...

GREAT GREAT NEWS!!! You must be ecstatic! =)

Rose said...

Oh, that is wonderful news--the no return of cancer. And I am sure a relief to go down to once a year for the scan.

Łucja-Maria said...

I'm happy with you.
This is fantastic news.
I understand you perfectly. She also is living through.
I will pray for your health.
All the best!

Cassandra said...

I'm so glad you received such great news! And lots of luck to you and your potential job :)

Rambling Woods said...

I didn't know you were having those symptoms...fatigue and shortness of breath are scary and difficult to love with..I know..hope it is a simple fix Michelle..hugs

Kay said...

Oh yea! That is fabulous, wonderful, fantastic news. What a relief! I'm so happy for you.

Travis Cody said...

That's fantastic news about the cancer. Congratulations.

After I finished radiation for Hodgkins nearly 20 years ago, it took awhile for my breathing to settle back down. Let's hope your issues are simply due to your body trying to recover from the stress of cancer treatments.

bluepapercranes said...

So happy to hear you are doing well! I checked my reader after months and was greeted with such joyful updates! I hope all the other tests go well and you find the answers you're looking for.. love.

rapunzel said...

What wonderful news!!