Tuesday, October 07, 2008

MRI again!

Yes, my MRI was today. It was ok except for my need to clear my throat. I tried desperately hard to not move my head. Very hard to do when you need to clear the throat / cough when the machine is making the hard knocking noises along with clicking vibrations. I took my time praying for various needs that came to mind. It is nice having my MRI at the Town & Country location branch. The ladies there are getting to know me and I them. Levetta is a delight. She has decided to make a file specifically for me. You see I fill out the same papers each time I go in. It doesn't change that often and we know it. She asks about the boys especially Stuart since she has seen him often. It is like a hometown branch. The ladies were joking today. The mood was good. Sue is also a big help. She takes my labs every once in a while. She also was the one who did my first CT scan in late October of 2006. The first time we found out about the cancer. A day I won't forget....Laying in on the scan table wondering why I was having so many debilitating headaches.

Thanks for checking in. I see the doctor on Friday with the results. Pray for no change from the last scan.

Off to check on the homemade chicken noodle soup. Stuart and I are needing it badly tonight. Yes, he has it too.

k-

3 comments:

peskitaliano said...

Kate- Isn't it wonderful how God provides people in our lives just at the right time, like Levitta? Praying for you and Stu- for healing and improved health as the fall begins- Miss you Kate- Love, Jen (Italia)
I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. Romans 8:18

Anonymous said...

Our prayers are for the good news that we trust you will receive on Friday, "NO Change." These are, no doubt, days of some anxiety for you and yours, until you know what the results are. We pray for peace and calm for all of you.

Anonymous said...

Praying for "status quo" results on your MRI, too, Kate. Got your e-mail from earlier this AM. Am praying, too. L Joback