No results yet, that will be tomorrow.
So it's been raining like a banshee here in Dallas. I think someone on the news said it rained for 16 hours straight. This morning, everyone was very "Oh noes!" about flooding. One of the roads I take to the cancer center is right next to the White Rock Lake spillway. The water was rough there when I drove by, the dock on that side of the lake was level with the water, the water was lapping close to the running/biking path.
It kind of made me think about life. Sometimes it rains and the waters rise and splash and rage, and then things calm down. And I thought of Psalm 30:5 which says, "For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." Joy comes in the morning, y'all.
No matter what, I think I have a lot to be joyous about every single day. Some days it's hard to find the joy, but it's still there.
Anyhoo, the scan went fine. I got right in, not really any waiting around. The tech told me to drink a lot of water and I decided coffee could count and stopped at the little Starbucks (where I guess I stop often because the lady there knows that I like soymilk in my coffee). This afternoon will be school work for the children, Reese has art class, and I need to figure out dinner. More after CT results and chemo Thursday!