Back to Houston

I hate that I don’t update my blog more. That has to change when I either get a new computer or get the backlight in my laptop fixed. I really have a whole lot of fun blogging. I sometimes even wish I could take it to the next level and blog about anything and everything that I’m thinking, completely unfiltered. You know, in the same way some people utilize facebook, except more cerebral. I realize that I could never do that though. I’m a somewhat private person when it comes to sharing the details of my life. It’s hard enough to sit here and write about my Leukemia.

I always think about all of the other people that have it a whole lot harder than I do. Then I always remind myself that just as I can’t start comparing my life to those who don’t have to worry about the things I have to worry about, I can’t start comparing myself to those people who worry more. Live in the moment.

Anyway, this is just a quick little update about my first appointment back to MD Anderson since finding out that I don’t have the t315i mutation. I’m anxious to get there and find out more of the details. I’m also looking to starting on a second generation medication. I feel so full of hope. It has been hard to sit around and wonder what’s next and I feel as though the past few months that’s all that I have done. So anyway, my appointment in Monday.

By the way, I can’t think of a bigger waste of time than tv. I was just sitting here flipping through the channels, wondering how in the world we get so caught up with how a celebrity dances when I stumbled on some Texas Rangers World Series coverage. I’ve got to go watch it.

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1 thought on “Back to Houston”

  1. Monkey, I wish I could be with you for this appointment! You're always in my thoughts, prayers, and heart. I love you so much sweet darling 🙂

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