Bless My Heart

the improvement of a southern girl

It’s been two weeks today.


I was talking to my band students today about attitude. I was about to tell them that having just one student with a negative attitude is like a cancer, affecting the rest of the group.

I had to stop myself from using the word.

I feel like curling up in a ball.

I hate this.


And now it’s been two weeks since I got the news and one week since I went to Houston. I know NOTHING more. Is this a good thing? Is it a bad thing? Does it matter how bad the growth looks to them?

It matters to me.

And that’s all that matters.

I see the damn thing all the time now. When I’m getting dressed and undressed. It stares at me. When I use the rest room, there it is on my leg. Every day. Every hour. A reminder that I am not as healthy as I thought I was.


Author: blessmyheart

I'm like any other 30-something woman that works full time as a teacher, has two kids, a husband, 3 pets, and has battled cancer. ...among other things. I have things to say, sometimes. This is where I say them.

2 thoughts on “It’s been two weeks today.

  1. YELL AT THOSE JERKS IN HOUSTON TO ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING NOW INSTEAD OF WAITING>>>or go back to the lady in Monroe and have her do something. SILLY PEOPLE…they are going to cause you a small stroke from stress. :/


  2. It DOES seem like they could tell you at MD if it’s gone to committee or something and when the committee meets if it has. They should understand that the stress of waiting is unbearable. Jess is right. They are silly people to not tell you anything. I would definitely like to get in their face or twist an ear or something till they talk! I would do it too. But they are also very smart and the best in the world. Sigh. I wish I could do more, but know you are not waiting alone. We love you!

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