Monthly Archives: January 2010

In A New York Minute

There are not enough nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs……..  I cannot put, adequately , into words, what this last week has been like.  I’ve been hestant to say anything because it’s just so complicated and Mysterious.  I’ve been desperately trying … Continue reading

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In A New York Minute

There are not enough nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs……..  I cannot put, adequately , into words, what this last week has been like.  I’ve been hestant to say anything because it’s just so complicated and Mysterious.  I’ve been desperately trying … Continue reading

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Thanks for jumping in the hole with me. Every last one of you.

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Thanks for jumping in the hole with me. Every last one of you.

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Gregory is good, TODAY.

What a week! The mental, emotional and physical roller coaster continues. First things first. Results are in and Gregory’s Bone Marrow Aspirate showed no evidence of disease. Our hospital here, also did a test to detect how much of Gregory’s … Continue reading

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Gregory is good, TODAY.

What a week! The mental, emotional and physical roller coaster continues. First things first. Results are in and Gregory’s Bone Marrow Aspirate showed no evidence of disease. Our hospital here, also did a test to detect how much of Gregory’s … Continue reading

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“….it doesn’t look good.”

I don’t want to write. I need to write. I think I need an echo. My heart has to be in rough shape. Gregory had his Bone Marrow Aspirate on Tuesday at about 1:00pm. We won’t know any results until … Continue reading

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