Tuesday, May 8, 2018

OMG ~ Sunshine !!!

The last bit of snow
is still gripping for dear life in the backwoods. 
I'm about to take my damn flamethrower
out for a trek :/


 The sun feels really awesome though,
and I'm back to properly setting up my shop,
and cleaning up the woodlot & yard.
More soon :-)

11 comments:

taminator013 said...

Just seeing you return is like a little ray of sunshine...........

Anonymous said...

Well hello. Look who finally came out of hibernation. Y'all must have had a bad winter to still have snow the first week of May.--Ray

Tony Tsquared said...

And it is in the mid 80's here. Glad to see you came out to see the sunshine.

Patrick D said...

Here in Southern Wisconsin, we had the coldest April in recorded history. Now, though, it's mid 80sF and it's been raining whoomp, Meow! Whoomp, Woof!

idahobob said...

In the back country here, the snow usually does not clear out for serious trekking until June.

Glad to see you post again. ;-)

Bob

Anonymous said...

Well I guess I'll send this while I still can. I got my test results back. The Doc's want a CT scan to "examine options" but I know that there is little to be done. My right lung is almost half full of fluid and I have a "new" mass in both lungs. They'll want to drain the fluid and start "Chemo". But I used up my options the last time around. They have nothing much that will do more than prolong the suffering. So before they narc me into a zombie again I thought I'd come by one last time as me to say a proper good by. I don't know how long this will take for me to die. But I'm thinking that the speed at witch it is going shows that I don't have much "good" time left. I think I'll spend as much of it as I can with Valerie and my Munchkin Sara. I hope I can face this in a way that teaches my girl how to face the hardest test. --Thank you for the blog "K" I wish that I had met you in the real world. I'll bet you are a hoot. Keep that fighting spirit alive. Your Galic ancestors will be proud when it is your turn to cross the river. ---Ray

Anonymous said...

So its going from terrifying to REALLY weird. I just had Two OC doc's and a X-ray doc stand outside my door and go: "WOW I've never seen anything like that before". So mow instead of an emergency surgery I am getting a fluid drainage, A biopsy, and OH so many more tests ,so they can see what the hell is actually in my chest. (Paging Ellen Ripley). The Doc.(no.1) still thinks that its lung cancer. But they both said "if it is. It is something we have never seen before" OH GOODY! I'm special.--Ray

MissK said...

Ray, your comments and a few others had gone to spam. I'm just reading them now :-(

I'm so sorry for what you are going through, my heart goes out to you and your family <3

AHH!!! said...

Good luck to you Ray.. I hope it is as painless as possible.. My good Buddy is going thru this now.. 55 years old..Again Good Luck!.. And welcome back Miss K

Anonymous said...

Well; The NP drained two liters of fluid from my right chest cavity. What the OC doc's thought was a tumor on that side was actually my collapsed lung, all scrunched up into a little ball. It felt great to breath again when they re-inflated it. There is still a shadow on the left lung. But the PET scan will tell the tail on that. I might loose part of my left lung but "you'll be dead in six to 12 weeks" is starting to look like bullshit. Guess I'm in this fight for a while longer after all---Ray

MissK said...

Nothing ordinary about you Ray, that's for sure. In your words... keep that fighting spirit alive. Godspeed <3