Thursday, May 30, 2013


So far so good, the increase in Prednisone is holding up and I'm tolerating it. I got about 24 days until my next check-up to see if we do surgery or now again on my throat. I don't mind the surgery except that possibility of the tube. As a rule of thumb I have a lot of luck, just not the right kind of luck. :) Me and Megan planted the last garden yesterday, I couldn't stand it any longer, but I didn't do beans... so far. Megan is learning to incubate eggs and raise Peafowl, ducks, & Guineas. As usual, my graceful self, I decided to not wait until the Big Toe healed and broke another toe two nights ago. Megan laughed watching me hobble around planting the garden. At the same time she is learning more and more on gardening and growing, already checking the Signs to see what if anything to do on what day. Just in case one day I have her books on it as well. Denise is off next week and provided the flooring is still good we bought back in 2008, we will do the wood floors... finally. Today has been another great day, especially now that I'm off my feet, lol.  


David said...

Hi Anthony!

How are you holding up now (a week later) with your Prednisone increase?

How did you break your toe!

Always love reading your posts, Anthony. I hope all is well as the summer starts to heat up!

anthony7 said...

Hey David, Me and Megan went through the garage to candle the eggs and I saw Denise's push mower, just not soon enough, lol.It was one of those objects are closer than they seem thing, only without the car or mirror, lol.

So far it is back and forth on how the swelling is.

Faisy Faisy said...

Our ability to speak in clear and distinct languages is what sets up apart from other animals. Which is why laryngeal cancer is usually more devastating to us than other forms, as it can take away our ability to speak.
laryngeal cancer

anthony7 said...

I know it makes it difficult, especially when one has a daughter that is hard of hearing. Push comes to shove we use sign and she reads lips. Still, I know my language is not always easy to understand, even when speaking to someone with perfect hearing. One learns to use the Diaphragm and lips to form as close as one can to certain sounds when speaking.

Having said that, I think all cancer is equally devastating. It robs one of many things and as we lose one thing we find that was a very important aspect of our body.