Monday, February 2, 2009

Reviewing my CT scan tomorrow...

And meeting with our doctors to finalize everything regarding when the next step begins regarding my treatments. Hard to believe that it's already been 2 weeks since I finished the radiation.

The hardest part about this right now...the fact that I have to step out of the Captain's seat on the airplane and hope that the autopilot keeps us stays straight and level through the storm.

As mentioned in my last blog; being confident, realist and positive are crucial. Hence, why it's so hard to temporartily let go.

Will update tomorrow.

Over and out.


Anonymous said...

I love reading your really make us all stop and truly appreciate everything we are soooo lucky to have! You and tasha need to write a book - seriously! I called you guys sunday and have been thinking of you as i know you have a very 'big' day tomorrow. We are all thinking of ya
Jill, Brendan and the gals!! xo xo xooooo

Louise and David said...

You will be intensely in our thoughts all day today, as you meet with your doctors to consider what's next for you.

Shifting to autopilot must be a scary moment in the cockpit. You'd have to have faith that your aircraft will make whatever adjustments are needed to keep you "straight and level through the storm".

As you are on the verge of letting go, Ryan, we are sending positive thoughts and energy your way.

Louise and David