Last weeks post found me full of optimism but this week finds me in a different frame!
I have a beef with technology this week…my husband has been battling Cancer since May. He has had surgery and endured 9 weeks of chemotherapy (which is barbaric). After this we were told he should be cured…alas he was not and there is some sort of a mass on a lymphnode. It could be one of three things. We saw a surgeon in Sasaktoon who told us that it is a rare surgery and that he is not comfortable doing it. So, off we head to Edmonton in the near future for a consultation and possibly another trip for surgery!
When we were at the office in Saskatoon I was mesmerized by the technology…we sat in a room and viewed his CT’s for about ten minutes. I was amazed at how the images worked and how the doctor knew what everything was (phew). As he rolled back and forth one thing kept coming to my mind; why doesn’t the technology allow us to see what it is on his lymphnode. Why is it only narrowed to three possibilities?
Technology has its limitations and this is a case where I wish it didn’t.
On top of all of this our house is under a major renovation which is stressful because I just want it finished. BUT, the lumber yard we deal with continually screws up and pushes our completion date further away. AND, the learning curve of the new job is tremendous…I don’t have time to think in a day and I truthfully have begun to hear my name being called in my sleep.
I have been trying to wrap my head around a final project idea and I am not sure if what I have in mind qualifies…Is anyone else out there struggling to come up with an idea?