Saturday, December 08, 2007

Now that I have had some time to obsesively research this

It is not so scary. They will most likely use gamma knife rays (who makes thes words up? Dr. Spock?); aim three of them at the tangle and where they intersect, there will be the unmistakable smell of frying flesh.

This is so unbelievably rare that only 2,000 people have had it that they know of in the uS. (The others just drop dead of a stroke. The end. Next). I know one m an FOR sure who had it (in the Ukraine; they sent him back to the hotel to die. Cross the Ukriane of of my to-vist countries) and then three friends from college who literally dropped dead after complaining of horrific headaches.

So all in all, lucky me. There is always light at the end of the tunnel.
I still can't knit. But I am a whizz with spell check. Some of these entries look as if I am writing in a heretofore unknown language (and that is AFTER I have fixed them).


Donna said...

Best wishes from you old "Juvinator Dot" friend. So sorry to hear you are going through this, but glad they have something to do about it. You are a fighter and I am sure this will be no exception! If you click on my name here you will go to my blog and can see what I have been up to. You are in my prayers.

Cindi said...

Chloe, you are a very strong woman, and I know that this will be a tough thing for you, HOWEVER, you never back down from a challenge! I'm sure your surgery will be challenging, but you will come through it with flying colors. I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Paulie said...

Prayers coming from me too.