Thursday, December 18, 2008

More about batting a thousand...

Ah, I didn't really explain the "batting a thousand" reference in relationship to me when posting on the blog last night. Was still in a bit of a fog from the news I received from the ultrasound. A bit of history...

Batting a thousand:
1. June 2008: ultrasound reveals suspicious nodules that should be biopsied.
2. July 2008: after biopsy confirms papillary carcinoma, neck ultrasound to look at lymph nodes finds suspicious lymph nodes. Post-surgery found out about the four positive lymph nodes, two of which were the size of small plums.
3. December 2008: Ultrasound post total thyroidectomy and neck dissection, small nodules found in the thyroid bed along with a suspicious lymph node.

So in summary, every ultrasound I have had of my thyroid and neck this year has revealed something suspicious. Thus, I am batting 1,000 with the ultrasounds in 2008.

Feeling rather bleh and crappy about it all today. It's Christmas...why do I have to deal with cancer again? Ugh.

11 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear your news Charlcie. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. But you (hopefully) already knew that!
    Curt

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  2. Charlcie - a little link love and a virtual hug to you. Hang in there...

    http://soupisnotafingerfood.wordpress.com/

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  3. Sorry, meant to leave the direct link to the post. BTW I have you on my blogroll, too now.
    http://soupisnotafingerfood.wordpress.com/2008/12/18/it-takes-a-village/

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  4. Charlcie, Meg sent me. Fight it with everything you have; think positively; get lots of people to pray for you.

    You're never led to something you can't pull through. You simply have to choose to pull through.

    Will be thinking good thoughts and sending positive vibes your way.
    Hang in there.

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  5. Charlcie - many prayers from the other side of the U.S.! Hang in there strong woman!

    -Shaine

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  6. Hey Charlcie. I'm so sorry to hear the news. Stan and I are here to help if there's anything you need. In the mean time, we'll be praying for you.

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  7. Hi Charlcie, you don't know me, I'm just some goofy guy that comments on Meg's Blog. I just wanted to say that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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  8. PAC2 member here to say that my family is praying for you...
    Kathi Clarke
    www.curechildhoodcancer.ning.com

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  9. Another PAC2 member here, I'll be keeping you and yours in my thoughts and prayers.

    Carla Hood
    http://curechildhoodcancer.ning.com

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  10. Like I've said before, you have the coolest name....

    Today We Fight!

    best,
    AJs Dad

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  11. Thank you for being such a strong advocate for our children. Our most positive thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Amy Bucher
    mom of ^^Arden^^ (forever 3)
    and Grayson (2)

    Team Leader
    PAC2 - Big Apple
    www.curechildhoodcancer.ning.com

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