Gut Rumbles

January 29, 2006


I don't like these numbers. I hope something else is going on to elevate those test scores. (A LOT of things other than cancer can do that. Trust me. Between the reading I've done and having the cancer myself, I know a lot more about the subject than I ever wanted to.) At least he took the necessary and VERY unpleasant step to know something certain when the biopsy is analyzed.

Donnie, please forgive me for this, but I simply cannot resist: I'll bet you ain't feeling so "Cadallic Tight" in a certain part of your anatomy after THAT experience. I'm looking forward to reading the gory details. If it makes you feel any better, big guy, I've been there and done that. Still don't shit right, either.

Okay, enough levity. I wish you the best of luck, my friend. But even if the biopsy results are NOT good, it ain't the end of the world if you caught the problem in time. It's just one more hill for a climber and you can handle it.

But I hope you don't have to. I'm sending positive waves in your direction.


Thanks, Rob - and you're right, I feel like I ought to be wearing Depends this weekend.

I'm still trying to put together a post on that experience - I've just barely internalized (oh, great, another unintended pun) the horror myself, now I must inflict it on blogworld.

I really appreciate your support. If I'm lucky it'll turn out to be something other than cancer, but I'll never forget your help and advice in this matter.

- D

Posted by: Donnie on January 29, 2006 02:02 PM

... good luck Donnie.. both with the numbers AND the story...

Posted by: Eric on January 29, 2006 03:31 PM
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