Monday, November 30, 2009

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Another beautiful hand-made card from Lesa, a breast cancer survivor from Massachusetts. This one has pearls glued on and fishing line. She makes these beautiful, creative cards for other cancer survivors. Thank-you again, Lesa!!!!

So our unusually warm November is gone but as long as there is no ice on the ground, I'm out there pounding the pavement. I made turkey matzoh ball soup from all the leftovers yesterday. Naomi came over for that. Today I had a return visit as she noticed artichokes in my refrigerator and they are her favorite. The other kids love them too. I used to serve them to their friends, many who never saw an artichoke before. They always looked puzzled to see us all happily dipping them in the lemon-garlic butter sauce. She had plenty of drama in her apartment last night as the other apartment mates had a fight that involved the police coming. The other woman was escorted out by them. She is quite violent and was breaking everything she could get a hold of.Hopefully they won't kiss and make-up. She will have a baby in a few months. All I can think is Oh My Gawd!

Just as my lower eyelashes are almost grown in, the uppers are beginning to fall out. It is so puzzling what havoc chemo still plays with my hair follicles so long after I had it. I would love to have a scientific explanation for how my genetically determined straight hair is now curly.

2 comments:

Teri B. said...

back to the lab, chemistry-girl...it is shocking to see what research gets funded vs what research people really NEED to KNOW !

Sara Williams said...

I have never tried artichokes but one day I will!

Sue, advice on running injuries.... I have a slight swelling on the inside of my ankle towards the back of my ankle (not around the ankle joint) and its a little painful to walk. Any suggestions? I ran yesterday, rest today, Weds I am scheduled to do "an activity" and I run again on Friday ....

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