Again, it was stable. I'm going to take no news as good news My neurologist is pleased with it as well. , and the radiologist says it was more stable than ever ... I actually fell asleep for a good portion of it. Which is good because if you exclude the nervousness, MR's are booooooring. And it was a 1,000 x better than the first which was extremely nerve racking, in a tight, enclosed t machine, and it was a day or two before the first surgery. Not to mention, it was 2 1/2 hours as they had to check every vertebrae of my spine. I actually think that at one part I hallucinated, but I'm not really sure.
And.....a big thing that's going to be happening in our family.....my father is running for the NY state assembly! He will be doing the hospital job like as a part time/side thing, appoint someone else as town supervisor, and for 3-4 months out of the year be at Albany in the state congress. It has been a dream of his for a while now and he was going to run in the 2012 race but.........shit happened. The guy who is in the position right now is ..idk, 85 and has said he wants stay there until he dies Um....well fine, I guess. It is exciting. plus, the assembly district includes Oneonta , which is one of my fav towns. I really want to go campaigning with him. Last time he was campaigning in our town I would bring along the Harry Potter series, I read a bunch of them then. I maybe Robert Jordan's Wheel of time or something. I did read 1-5 of a song of ice and fire several years ago, but I waited so long for A Dance of Dragons that I just lost interest in the series. I'll just wait for all the books to be released before I read it again.
Also, returning to Oneonta in the fall for part-time (again). I will be doing an art history course and pint-making, which is something I have been really wanting to try.
I have registered for the site "stupid cancer" but I have not done a whole lot with that account. I just keep getting busy or (more often) distracted.