A nice side effect.
One nice side effect of all of this is the time I'm having to practice. It's coming along nicely. I'll put up a post of my playing something in a week or so maybe, depending on how it goes. I might even get some work done on the symphony. ;)
3/13/2012 10:38:38 am
I look forward to hearing your music, Kevin, and can't think of a better way to spend time as you heal and explore what comes next. Thanks for sharing the biopsy results...I'm sorry you're facing this again. Like you, I'm hopeful that the oncologist will have some terrific options to share with you, and that this round of treatments will take care of it. As you're able, I look forward to hearing what the oncologist says. As always, many hugs to you, Kevin. :)
3/13/2012 01:55:00 pm
Wow! You look terrific! You sailed through that in no time and without black eyes! You "done good" my friend! I am so sorry that it is a melanoma, however it sounds like she did a good job of excising it.
3/13/2012 07:59:10 pm
Kevin, I was checking out your photo of you with the cap. I'm sorry to say that you look just like me. But with a red beard.
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It's me, Kevin, but with a brain tumor. Disclaimer: I have a very dry and twisted sense of humor. This is a scary situation. The jokes ("tumor humor") could be a little dark from time to time. I intend to keep this rather interesting for you, but if I get a "how could you SAY that?!?" response from you, know it's just, well, I hesitate to use "gallows" humor, but I don't have better phrase for it. Enjoy, and thanks for your support through this time.