....or not. Probably not.
If you are getting email from me, it isn't from me. Bing received email yesterday from me, except it wasn't me. So, for now...I'm not sending out anything.
Received a virtual bouquet of flowers (forget me nots....ICK)....with a snide little note about cancer.
Have been signed up for magazines that I did not order. Magazines about cancer. Also, strangely, one about organic farming.
The blog seems better except that I seem to have no control over comments. But, just writing on it doesn't feel safe anymore. It feels....fingered.
We are keeping a sharp eye on everything. Bank accounts. All social media. I let Bing do all the talking with our techie nerd guys because I just get so creeped out if I hear too much.
I am spending my Winter days watching good movies, reading good books and writing copiously in notebooks and going in for last checkups. If I pass the final body scan in two weeks, I will be considered cancer free. But, the cost was great and I miss working. So...volunteering. This frees me up for those afternoon naps that I still seem to need. In my blood tests, I am dangerously low on Vitamin D and magnesium. So, taking these pills that look like they should be for horses, not humans....
Binge watching The Office again.
I finished this book days ago, but am still carrying it around because I need to keep the characters close to me:
I allow myself one movie per day to watch and have caught up on so many that I wanted to see but just didn't have the time:
And looking forward to meeting up with Daryl again.....
Basically, this is the new me:
"I'm lost. I've gone to look for myself. If I should return before I get back, please ask me to wait here..." (author unknown)
And thinking these hard thoughts:
"And yet, even as she spoke, she knew that she didn't wish to come back, not to stay, not to live. She loved the little yellow cottage more than she loved any place on earth, but she was through with it except in her memories." Maud Hart Lovelace.
And last but not least, some food for thought for all of us:
Stay warm and safe out there.