Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the National ADA Symposium. The annual conference brings people working in the disability field together to learn from and network with each other. I really enjoyed the conference. I hope I get to go again next year. I came back from the conference energized and excited to use what I have learned.
There’s one thing to report today. Yesterday, I got back the results on the biopsy taken of the cyst that was in my eye. It was benign! I don’t have cancer!
The biggest news in my life is that I’m recovering from eye surgery.
Today is my birthday. It didn’t get off to the best start, because I was in the emergency room until 2:30. But we will be having a barbecue this afternoon.
Obviously, it has been too long since I posted. I have a lot to say.
Thanks to work, I missed writing about Mr. Rogers’s anniversary yesterday. But I had to do this today. Given the cancer scare we recently had with the little guy, I feel so relieved to be celebrating a year with him and looking forward to several more.
Less than a week ago we got the good news that Mr. Rogers doesn’t have cancer. Now, we are worried about Ufi’s liver.
Mr. Rogers had his left eye removed yesterday. Going into the surgery, we were hopeful his long-term eye problem had become glaucoma and removing the eye would make him better. The vet believes there is an 80 percent chance Mr. Rogers has cancer.