How do people live without music? Music makes my brain relax, my heart-rate slow or speed up and completely changes my mood. I can make myself happy, or bouncy or melancholy just by changing the music.
They make music for working out that matches a certain heart-rate because your body will adapt to the music and try to synchronize with the beat. Lovely.
I had to buy another dog bed so the dog would be allowed to lay in her bed. Of course everyone wants the “new” bed. I think it’s first come first serve.
My lung (yes singular) hurts quite bad again today. I don’t know what’s going on but I don’t like it at all. Feels like something is moving and catching on things in there. I figure I probably can’t really hurt it anymore than it’s been hurt so I’m not going to worry about it, just bitch about it. I still have a couple more weeks before I go back to the doctor. It is an extra long reprieve because he is out of town for “boards”. I’m not really sure what that means. I assume he doesn’t have to pass his and he is really already a doctor.
The waiting is weird. I am enjoying having a semi normal life but I dislike the anticipation of what will be next and the uncomfortable thought that I am doing nothing to slow the growth of those pesky tumors.
I think today will be cake making day if I have time. I need to go buy eggs, I have a dentist appointment, and it’s Wednesday (I am positive this time) so I would like to try and make it out to the cancer support group. I just want to see what it’s all about and see if it’s something that would benefit me.
I finished my latest book yesterday. Kindred by Octavia E. Butler. I read it because she is a science fiction writer, but this is not really a sci-fi book. Good book though.