5 responses to “Hurry Up and Wait”

  1. Nan

    Absolutely easier said than done. It’s so hard when the “new normal” is not normal…

    In addition to sending good thoughts for health and healing I will add thoughts for moments of peace, rest and focus in the midst of the waiting and wondering. Please let me know if there’s more I can do.

    Almond butter is in the mail…
    Hugs…

  2. Kayleigh

    Oh gosh, does this not sound familiar — and that it does to you too even sucks more since you’ve been down this road before. I’m about to start hormone therapy/ovarian ablation myself in about a week and not thrilled either. I’m giving it a try…we’ll see how it goes.

    Hang in there, you’ll get answers eventually as you well know…will be keeping you in my thoughts in the meantime.

  3. Clare Ellis

    You’re so wise to have armed yourself with yoga, recent access to the Dalai Lama, your sweet animals, and Mary — surely these are the makings of a powerful force field strong enough to deflect that meteorite.

    I’m sending you one of my favorite books, which I hope will provide some distraction.

    Love, Clare

  4. Jody

    We’re thinking of you, Cath, and keeping our fingers crossed for some good news for you. It’s long overdue.

    XOXO,
    Jo

  5. Brenda

    I’m just so bleeping mad at the recurrence of this damn thing. But if anyone can kick its butt, you can. I’m here for you, C. Whenever, however. xoxo B

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