78 bar falls 29.59 1mph W dew-point 55 Beltane, cloudy and warm
Waxing Crescent of the Flower Moon
Grocery shopping. Lunch and feed the dogs, then off to Minneapolis to Abbott-Northwestern Hospital. When I got into the Piper Building, the information desk had no one there. Up to the second floor. They directed me to the east elevators and floor 3. Lonnie was in 3556.
A closed door. I asked the nurse to go check. Stefan was in there. Lonnie had had a rough night and was still anxious from the meds she had on board. But. If the path from frozen sections on Wednesday confirm the initial findings during surgery, she will not need chemo or radiation. That means a clean excision. No penetration of the uterine wall. Therefore no cancer floating in the body at large.
Stefan and I talked for awhile. About waiting. Waiting for an appointment with an oncologist. Waiting for surgery and the prep for surgery. Waiting for the results of the surgery. Now, a much easier form of waiting. Waiting until Lonnie improves enough to go home.
A happy story about the big C. Not the one’s I recall from the paper. Diagnosed last week, dead this week. One to remember.
Taylor came by while Stefan and I talked. He had made jello for Lonnie, but it took longer than he thought to jell. He was on his way to a recording studio. He’s laid down 50 hip-hop songs, “kept 30 of them.” He has serious folks interested in his work. His ambition is impressive and his willingness to lay it out there suggests to me that he will succeed.
He had on a big billed hat with gold and logos, a hooded sweat shirt done in an almost 50’s preppy sock diagonal plaid. His pants, the low hanging denim variety have purple stitching on the rolled up cuffs and gold threaded designs on extra large back pockets. Trippy.
Back home for a snack and now a workout before Kate comes home from work.