Today was not the most fun day. Yesterday I had a weird sensation in my left arm and leg again that was new since the surgery. I called the Neuro and she said to go to the ER and get it double checked. So I did. It took five hours, but nothing is scary. The CAT scan showed that there wasn't any new growth and blood work all showed normal. They though maybe I was having some mini-seizures (not uncommon) that were causing some of those weird sensations, and that possible some swelling had caused the seizures. So they did what sounds pretty straightforward and gave me some steroids for the swelling and an anti-seizure medication. It took all day, but there it is. Nice that it's good news to report.
Here are a couple of pdf files if you'd like to assist in spreading the word about the benefit concert(s). Please feel free to distribute them at will.
April 7th - "Hard Rock for a Hard Knock" - Info sheet, for posting along with the concert fliers. If you have an item or a service you wish to donate, contact me by clicking the contact link in the upper right corner of the blog page (next to tumor blog) and I'll send you form to fill out.
April 7th at the Rabbit's Hole - Hard Rock for a Hard Knock benefit - Thanks to George of Majik for this flyer!
General information sheet - Thanks to Stephanie Shea of the Carroll Raum Swing Orchestra for the graphic design!
The flyer for the Koncert for Kevin on June 30th is coming very soon. ;)
Thanks to everyone. It's been really a great support for me to hear all of the comments. Sorry for the interruption in blog content delivery. :)
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.