I went to my course again. I was late. Had to call the CAA guy to come zap my battery because I think Frack left his door partially opened 2 nights ago and my interior light was on.
I didn’t stay for the mediation part of the course because I had an appointment with my oncologist. This time they were going to meditate the following phrase, “If you only had 7 days to live, what would you do?” Now how appropriate is that in a room full of cancer patients?
So I talked to the oncologist about sugar and he said naturopaths are a bunch of quacks. You need sugar or your brain won’t function. And yes, stay off sugar if you are diabetic, but otherwise, you need sugar. He said if you are going to do anything different, then you should exercise. I’ve been doing that 30 minutes a day, but my legs still don’t feel right. He said it will take about 1 year for that to happen (get the nerves working properly in my feet) and 3 years for my hands. I told him that I went into very hot water in the bathtub and didn’t feel a thing until my calves felt it was very hot. When I got out of the tub my feet were very, very red! So I have to be careful.
Anyhow, I have to get regular check-ups every 3 months for 2 years and every 6 months after that until 5 years go by. He is going to set me up with a plastic surgeon too. I’m not sure if I am going to have it done, but I’ve got 2 years to think about it because thats how long the waiting list is.
P.S. By the way, I lost my one and only ear ring a while ago and I had nothing to replace it with.
Yes, I fear the diabetes association found all my jewelry in the clothes I donated, and sold
everything. I have nothing left.
So I went out and bought myself some ear rings.
The best thing is, I can’t lose them because they have a screw in the back.