A New View

Charleston, SC.  bound.  Instead of traveling to  Duke for much longer, I have a consultation scheduled with a Medical Oncologist associated with  Roper Hospital in Charleston.  So now, we can live, play and have short drives to my Dr. for management of post-cancer checkups!  I’m really hoping this works out well.  I have one visit at Duke in December with the surgery dept for a checkup… and then, done with those long Raleigh drives for medical – just playtime ( biking and kayaking).

This weekend, I have an SUP Intro class!  Then a CPR class on Sunday for the ACA Certification requirement to renew…. I see a lot more fun in my future (except for end of month for the hysteroscopy here)!

During the ECCKF, I’ll be helping SKC, but take time to take a SUP Fitness class and an advanced rolling class… and then, another IDW/ICE in SUP!   At the end of the month, REI Greenville is having their Paddlefest day and we’ll be there to offer 3 free workshops… crazy busy fun….

And thats what it should be…

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Leni Jeanette
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 03:06:54

    Ah, life is good!

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  2. Betty Akiba
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 02:15:49

    Sounds good. You’ll still have your Duke contacts if you need them, but not have to go through all that trouble when you just need a check up, timely info and reassurance. Life’s moving on a good track for all of us–spring is coming–in three more weeks my cataract surgery rehab will be over and I’ll have their blessing to get back on the water–hallelujah!

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  3. Kay Wade
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 00:03:35

    That’s more like it. Things are going to work out well in Charleston, because that’s where your fun is. It’s been, what, 6 months since surgery? Time to end these doctor visits, and get out where your real healing takes place!

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