Wednesday, May 21, 2008

We're Home

As we hoped and expected, the MRI results showed no change. We're happy and relieved. The MRI wasn't quite the ordeal it often is for Judy because she had a very helpful lab worker who made sure she was as comfortable as possible and who adjusted the overhead mirror so she didn't feel so trapped. No more tests for a couple of months. Hooray.

13 comments:

Vince said...

That's terrific news, Bill.

Benjie said...

Once again, YAY!!!

Mary Ann Melton said...

SOOOOOO GLAD your news is good!

Bill Crider said...

Thanks, all. The news about Ted Kennedy didn't help our anxiety level any.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Yes, I can well imagine anyone's troubles really affects you adversely now. I know the feeling. But still, great news.

Todd Mason said...

Glad to read it...including about some amelioration of the claustrophobia.

I have a good friend who works at Mass General Hospital, and they were really socked in by the media circus yesterday.

James Reasoner said...

Hooray indeed. That's great news.

Anonymous said...

Not unexpected, but having tests is never fun. Waiting for results even less so. Good news indeed. Thanks for keeping us posted.

sas

Doc Quatermass said...

Anxiety can make things far worse. Some years back Harlan Ellison got it into his head he had a brain tumor, took an MRI to convince him he was okay. Ted is 76 and probably spent a good portion of his life smoking, inhaling second hand smoke and drinking like an Irishman, eating the wrong things. He lucky he made it to this point.

amelioration - one of my favorite words, Todd.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

This is great news. I'll continue to hold my thumbs for you both.

Anonymous said...

Excellent news!

Jeff

Stephen Blackmoore said...

So glad to hear it. Excellent news.

SLING WORDS aka Joan Reeves said...

Hey, Bill! I've been gone so just caught up on the news. I'm so glad Judy's MRI came back okay. Tell her I said hello and hurray! Joan