So it’s been a week of no updates. I didn’t start out to take the week off but truth-be-told it felt good. I know that I started this project to chronicle all 365 days of this year but as it turns out too much thinking about myself and only myself can be harmful. Had I spent the last 6 days composing posts and dwelling on my upcoming oncologist appointment I’d have driven myself crazy. Instead I practiced some burying my head in the sand/hunkering down/laziness. It helped.
Days 290-294 passed rather uneventfully. On Tuesday (day 291) I went with my sister-in-law’s daycare on a pumpkin picking field trip to Johnson’s Corner Farm in Medford. This is the second field trip I’ve tagged along on. I love taking the kids’ pictures. It’s an aspect of photography I don’t practice much. Most of my photos are of sunsets and oceans and leaves so this is a nice exercise. I hope the parents don’t think I’m intrusive because I really do like tagging along. (for photographic evidence see Wordless Wednesday post dated Oct. 18)
I spent most of the rest of the week cleaning house and doing laundry. Exciting, I know. We originally planned to spend this coming Sunday at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire but have opted to scrap this in favor of sticking closer to home (it’s a 2hr. + drive to get there) and just relaxing. We may drive back to the farm so I can introduce the hubs to the greatest thing I’ve ever tasted, a cider slushie. It was worth every cent of the $3.75 it cost. If you’re ever in Medford, NJ stop in at Johnson’s Corner Farm and try the cider donuts and a cider slushie, you’ll be glad you did.
So with 6 days between my next visit with Dr. Hughes and the results of this round MRIs I still want to go get my ears re-pierced, visit Hagley and continue to enjoy this beautiful autumn weather we’re having. Until then remember sports fans, root for me, root for 2 clean MRIs and no more radiation treatments. All prayers, good thoughts, and lit candles are greatly appreciated.
With that I bid you adieu. Thanks so much for stopping by. I love you all.
With much love and great affection,
~ Carol Anne