The procedure meant lying on my front and opening my shoulder blades while they CT scanned me and found the spot to take a sample. I was not looking forward to it but the surgeon explained everything and I managed OK. Back to the day room where I rested for 3 hours and had a sandwich. Chris then collected me. I felt fine until the anaesthetic wore off about midnight and I felt the smallest of discomfort.
I watched a few Flosstubes on YouTube, spent some money on Amazon and did not fall asleep again.
Getting blood out of me is worse than getting blood out of stone [look away now!]
These are a few of my many bruises!!
On a happy note I completed the 12 blocks for Pat Sloan’s Summer Soirée, taking it very slowly because of all the constant shaking.
Not sure if this will be the layout and what I will do for the sashing, but I have enjoyed making the blocks.
Thursday there will be a meeting at the NHS to look at the biopsy results and then probably on Friday they will sort out my treatment plan.
Before that I have Abigail’s 18th birthday to celebrate on the actual day of her birth. Hard to believe she will be 18 years old.