Lee & I made it safely to NYC Satruday. Rained cats & dogs Saturday, most of Sunday and now just drizzly. I'm blogging from the waiting room of SLoan Kettering Outpatient Center, waiting to do pre-op Testing: EKG, blood draws, Chest X-Ray. IT'll be a long wait as the waiting room is packed. A year of chemo treatments and multiple ER visits and surgeries, I know the waiting game.
Today is the last day I can eat food, so as soon as I'm sprung this afternoon, I need to be a locust and eat my way through NYC for the next few hours.
Lee snapped a picture of Me and Dr. Fong at my pre-op visit today, I'll try and post it tonight. He thinks this willl be a successful surgery - meaning he can get all the tumors....there's something about him that is so peaceful, yet authoritative and confident. He can be talking Valkan and you'd beleive him! It's comforting.
Thankk God for Lee, he has the NYC Bus system pretty much down. I told him "Thank God you're here to navigate so I only halfpay attention" which is about all I'm capable of right now in my spazzy pre-op state of mind.
No NY moments, except the dead umbrellas. AFter the major storm on Satruday, all you see on the sidewalks are abandoned umbrellas, turned inside out and destroyed becasue it was soooo windy Satruday. I'll try and snap a picutre.
Oh and ther was a guy on the bus this morning with the nastiest breath ever, it envolped me like a cloud of nastiness, and I just tried to breath into Lee's neck for a whiff of cologne, anything to disband the halitosis.