Bra Talk! Yeah, you heard me correctly.

Many many years ago I picked up a couple of bras because they were different and they were on sale. I didn’t know it then but I was picking up a little bit of heaven. I love my bras. They are called bandini’s and when I bought them they were advertised as great for layering under tanks and see through type shirts, summery fun, and they came in fun colors. They turned into the worlds best sports bra for me. I am a small person, all over, and don’t need a lot of heavy construction and these were cotton too so no irritation. AND even through I wear them so frequently they are still in excellent shape. I’ve never seen them in a store since. Until today!

Went into Pennys with my husband and Look!!!

I wanted to squeal like a little girl when I saw these.
I wanted to squeal like a little girl when I saw these.

And they were on sale!  Buy one, get one half off. Now they advertise them as sports bras so I guess I wasn’t the only one. I also picked up another fun looking sports bra for $7.00 on the clearance rack , which I cut a small hole in taking off the tags. 🙁 . A good impulse buy day. 🙂

I haven’t heard from any doctor about any of the tests they did during the broncoscopy. Not a big surprise there. My followup appointment isn’t until March 14. I think I will call my Oncologist tomorrow and ask if he’ll look in my record and see if he sees anything. I have also been fighting a cold on and off all week. Stupid germs.

A long time ago when I only took one pill a day, that pill was for my blood pressure. I have been on Beta Blockers for my High Blood pressure since I was in my 30’s. I probably should have been on it since my 20’s but you know how that goes. I was always so careful about what other drugs I took with my meds. The biggest thing I had to give up was allergy and cold medicine that actually works. Now that I am on a gazillion pills a day plus two chemo drugs intravenously every three weeks I just don’t give a shit anymore. This has led to my absolute love of DayQuil and NightQuil. OMG! That is some seriously good stuff.  You pop a couple of DayQuil and it drops your symptoms by at least 90%.

That’s all the excitement fit to write about. 🙂


1 thought on “Bra Talk! Yeah, you heard me correctly.

  1. A good bra is worth it’s weight in gold. How wonderful that you found that bra again.

    Recently when Dave was sick, I recommended Day Quill maybe based on something you said. He tried it and was really happy with it.

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