The sailing really cleared your head. You seem to be in such a good humor that I know you will battle your way through.
As for being an Aries.... We are a Pain in the ass, aren't we ! My wife is a Taurus and when you look at these astrology things, they say "An Aries should never EVER marry a Taurus. It's a recipe for disaster!"
But my Taurus is my teammate in this cancer thing and I wouldn't trade her for anything. It appears as though you have the same personality as your wife and you seem to be a formidable team. Good for you!
I don't know much about your new condition, but I can say for everyone here that you are welcome anytime you need a little help from your friends.
thinking of you
Light a man a fire and he is warm for an evening.
Light a man ON fire and he's warm forever.
08/08/08...RC neo bladder
New Man! [/size]
Thanks for the laugh. And no, not a poor attempt. One always needs laughter and I'm a big jokester so your humor wasn't lost on me. Thank you George.
With that said, I'm ready for this next step. This is very foreign to me and have been researching and learning. I feel out of my element after dealing with bladder cancer for two years.
I did a little sailing this past weekend out of Boston Harbor and it really cleared my head. So we have a bit of a wait until the 20th of next month and I'm working to keep myself occupied during this time.
I'm not sure if this new challenge is applicable to this forum but you've all helped me so much in the past. Any feedback to this thought would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. I've always loved Rosanne, Rosanadana.
Diagnosed: 01/2012 - TCC CIS
All Clear: 06/2012
Diagnosed (Again): 02/04/2013 - TCC CIS
All Clear (Again): 05/03/2013
Diagnosed Yet Again 10/15/2014 - RCC
Mass General Hospital, Boston, MA.