I haven't heard anything. It's 6:38pm. If she's anything like the doc who referred her, she may still be doing rounds at the hospital before making phone calls after being in surgery all day. But still, I'm trying to plan stuff out. My boss wants to know if I'm going to be in to work tomorrow. I wanna know if I can schedule some rehearsals for this album I'm producing. Jai wants to know if she can play some certain gigs with the big band. March is super busy for the big band and that means February needs to be super busy for being ready. Jai is the leader of the sax section. But she's being awesome and waiting to know what's going on with me before committing to anything. It's irritating. It feels like it's rude. She's busy. So am I, though. Being unable to schedule makes it really difficult to be productively busy. >:(
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.