First, sorry I’ve been negligent in updating this lately. The first time I went through all this I didn’t have a job, so I had a lot more free time to update the blog with every thought and every morsel I ate on the LID.
But enough of that, there’s news today.
I had my WBS (whole body scan) this morning. When it was over, the doctor didn’t even talk to me. The tech just came out and said…
“The doctor said we’re not treating you. There’s nothing to treat.”
Well, isn’t that kinda awesome? I actually started to cry, which I did not expect at all. Because all my blood work had been clear along the way, I was pretty sure the scan would be clear. I had been very nonchalant about the whole process. However, apparently there was a lot more doubt in my head than I’d been acknowledging, because when I got the official news, there was a big release.
It’s been a long time since I posted anything. That’s a good thing. It means my cancer has been a non-issue in my life for months. I’ve felt totally fine. No problem with the meds. Nothing. Just taking my pills every day and leading my life.
But now we’re about to go into The Big Scan, which will be reassuring to me and my wife that everything is still okey dokey. Prior to that I’ll be going back on the LID, so that’s kind of a pain.
Before we get to that, let’s go back a bit. A funny thing happened to me that I want to share.