I am now home from the hospital after an 11 day stay. Jan has kept up the blog as much as possible since I was asleep a lot of the time spent there. I did have the biopsy after all and should find out results today or tomorrow. We are praying that those strange cells are not cancer and that there is still a treatment for the spiculated cells in the lungs.
In the meantime, Jan has decided we need a new set of eyes to look at mu medical treatment and I need a new change of scenery. Therefore, I have an appointment with Dr. Davis Lovett in Hyannis who heads up their cancer and hospice centers. He trained at Sloan and is a colleague and friend of Dr. Bajorin. I need to move to the cape to be closer to my children and to see my grandson grow.
I am very very weak and can only walk around on these swollen feet a very short time. So I am trying to pack in short spirts and am having some success with that and lying down in between. Now I will hwad for a nap and start the process again later.
Tonight our granddaughters will be dropped off and Jan and I will take them to the cape early tomorrow morning (4:00AM) wrapped in their blankets for a snooze to the Cap