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January 26, 2010


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You'de better believe I'll be thinking of you...

Grown-up Girl

either/or, neither/nor Mom... and PLEASE don't get lung cancer. I'd have *NO* chance.


I'd fallen and hit my head so many times that when I fell and actually cracked it open and had to have a cat scan, I knew the nagging voice at the back of my brain would be silenced. I worried I knocked something loose over the years and only thought about it when I was trying, and failing, to fall asleep.

There was nothing wrong and I'm going to assume there's nothing wrong with you either!

I had one false positive on a pap smear so I know how you're feeling.


Good luck tomorrow lovely lady!!

May you gain some peace of mind. :)


I'm thinking positive thought for you! I know what you mean about the year of complacency. I always feel a few months of relaxation after a negative Pap, etc. Otherwise, every twinge has my hypochondriac mind whipping into high gear, given my family history of heart disease, breast cancer, etc.


Sending some luck and prayers your way. I'm convinced that cancer is how I'm going to go, some day, so I get that niggling feeling. Hopefully this will give you at LEAST a year, if not longer, of peace of mind!


Good thoughts coming your way. If I could get screened about once a month, I'd be happy.

Smalltown Mom

Good thoughts, good thoughts.

Green Girl in Wisconsin

Yay! Here's to the great sub posts we'll soon get from you!


Good luck with your lungs.

And the book review post was cool - thanks. Someday, I will need that book.


Sending good thoughts!!

busy bee suz

I am the same way...always expecting something that my family members had. (pancreatic cancer/breast cancer) so every positive test result keeps me happy for a while...
good luck and great job on the hour walk. you rock!

Reluctant Blogger

Oh yes, lots of good thoughts coming from this direction.

Let us know how you get on, won't you. Don't just think "phew, that's a relief" and not report back.

Manic Mommy

Of all the things I'm neurotic about, cancer is not among them. Despite my father dying of lung cancer. He smoked his own bed.

I'm thinking positive, low radiation thoughts for you (and GuG).


I will send you some happy thoughts tomorrow. Love your positive thinking.


Thinking very healthy thoughts for you!


So, i'm doing some catch-up in blogs and will read your results next, but...still hoping that everything turned out okay.
here in japan, we had to have x-rays every year...it was all a part of the insurance game.
And walking for an hour? good for you.


I hope the walking cleared your head (I'd need it after driving that much). And the worrying... Oy!

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