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- Here is the place to go for this week's LJ Idol vote: community.livejournal.com/therealljidol/273076.html. I'm in the 4th tribe on the page which is named "current".

- Saw the dr this morning. Saw several in fact, but only one about a breast. Dr. N did a brief ultrasound, but things inside are still a bit torn up from the biopsy so he couldn't really see anything. Essentially we know I have a single Intraductal papilloma, that's what the biopsy found. If it were a multiple - my changes of getting breast cancer in my lifetime go up by something like 33%. The single papilloma won't seed to a multiple, I've got whatever it is I've got. We talked about the surgery which would be pretty simple, it is an outpatient procedure that could be done under a local. And we talked about what tracking this would be if I didn't have the surgery. Dr N's opinion is that it is better to the surgery and have this be done, that way we know everything we can and there aren't any maybes. Given my year, I agree with that. However, there isn't a pressing need to have the surgery immediately and he'd prefer to wait several weeks in any case to let everything heal fully from the biopsy. So I'll probably be having surgery in late January. Whee! Oh and J came to the dr with me today, to be an extra brain to ask questions and process this with me. Which is yet another example of his total awesomeness.

- The director is sick, he has a major sore throat. The musical director's (for our not a musical) child has H1N1. Various cast members have colds and at least one has the flu. All of this to make tech this week even more fun. I wonder when it's my turn to get sick?

- I also saw my chiropracter today, who was wondering what I did to my neck. Ah shows with too much paperwork.

- I'm really unprepared to be back at Klutz in a week.

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Your body needs to stop being all potentially cancerous and shit. That is so not on.

I know, right? Jay has offered to be the person who has surgery in six months, though I'm hoping maybe we'll just be done.

sorry you will have to go in to surgery again-though it seems like a fairly easy thing, as far as surgeries go.....but I won't let that keep me from sending you happy and healthy thoughts. Very glad for you that Jay is completely awesome.




on a completely unrelated note, I thought the show was pretty good. I think once we get it up and running it will be a fun one to run.

I am glad I suppose that the show looks good to folks just watching it for the first time. Currently both Josh and I are considering self injury as a way to get out of the hell of this rehearsal. It should be fun to run, but given that today is about doubting everything we've ever set I'm not sure what it'll be.

Well, it all sounds like pretty good news. A pain in the ass, and shit to deal with, but good news.

I'm glad to hear you like your surgeon, and that J's being wonderfully supportive. No getting sick though. Let the others deal with that.

I hope you have at least a somewhat restful holiday. Sounds like you could really use it.

Exactly. I keep having the better version of bad news, I'm wondering what the bad version of good news would be like.

I have to pack a lot of rest into my one day off, but I will try.

Well, I'm glad it doesn't seem worse, but that still sucks. I'm sorry. I'm sending you magical cookies.

Thank you.

*nom, nom, nom* eats magical cookies.

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