switcheroo

Met with Dr. Patel this morning at Holy Redeemer Hospital and found out that the rest of my appointments this week had been changed. I walked into the Cancer Center feeling very vulnerable, and the “switcheroo” just knocked me off balance.  I was told that the balloon catheter procedure had been changed to tomorrow at Dr. DuPree’s office in Southampton, and that I was to start antibiotics tonight. In addition, the simulation appointment at Abington Hospital was moved up to Thursday. Dr. Patel reviewed everything of which I needed to be aware, and he answered all my questions.

On my way out, I wandered into the Cancer Center reflection garden. What a lovely spot. I had my Canon G12 with me, so I did some photography. Nothing like getting behind a camera to ease the mind. I think this brick work is a metaphor for the spinning feeling I had this morning.

I also want to express my gratitude to all of you who have left comments, emailed, stopped by to visit, sent cards, and said prayers for my journey and recovery. Thank you so much!

. . . and so it is

3 thoughts on “switcheroo

  1. Margot says:

    Well, sometimes the “switcheroo” is a good thing! Things are moving right along. I wish you well with the balloon procedure!

  2. Fran says:

    Photography & the “girls” – what wonderful companions. Deb, I loved seeing you in that picture in your last posting! Keep your beautiful positive outlook & take one little step around that path at a time – all will be well!!!

  3. Mmgrookett says:

    Keep your spirits up and hang in there
    You are halfway done!
    Peggy

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