We had a wonderful breakfast with part of one grandchild family. Beth, Aaron, and their mom and dad, Gil and Tracy, joined us in the chaos that is Perry’s Breakfast Café. No, I couldn’t hear all that everyone said. Mostly I was just flat out pleased to see them.
Yes too, I was appalled by further news of Tracy and her sister’s cancers progression. I could hear that.
Just today I can write in here, go to a Pre-op with my surgeon, go take photos of the next sale merchandise at the Discovery Shop, talk with Bee, and go for the second blood draw. The Great Geezer is fitting his work in among the appointments.
Our week looks like a scattering of appointments of all kind. Tomorrow the Geezer gets his stitches out, Wednesday it’s my last day working at the Cancer Society Thrift store, and in the evening we get to pick up our badges for Comic Con. Comic Con and Surgery follow.
Life is Really in the Footnotes: