I will admit, tomorrow I will feel much worse. Tonight is "Whitehouse" night and a van load of us are going. I already know I will not be feeling well tomorrow. lol
Picked up our car yesterday. Mazda 3. Woo hoooo! Looks and drives sweet.
I am very bothered by one thing. There are very sweet people who I have met through these pages. Some are in the process of getting surgery on their V.S. I am not sure it is the right thing. All I can do is support and share my own experience. I am not sure why doctors are so fast at removing these tumours if the patient is still ok. Blows me away. For a doctor to sit and say "when you awake after surgery, you will not be able to talk, you will be on a feeding tube to eat, you will not be able to swallow, ect ect... ".. seriously???? Sign me up????? But some people do. I would not budge until I knew for sure I was on my last leg to have anything ripped out of me. I know some people just like the idea of a tumour being taken out of their bodies. Trust me, when I first found out about it. I wanted it out. I imagined it as a big, ugly tumour actually on the outside of my head. I understand the need to want it out. I also understand quality of life is very important. If it is necessary to have it out,, go for it. If it is not, then i'd say, keep it and treat it differently. I'm not a doctor tho. (No duh!!!)
I do support what anyone wants to do tho, cause there is no saying that the decision I chose is the right one either. It's a matter of belief.
I'll have a dance for ya all tonight!!!!!!