Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Friday, April 8, 2016

A little prose with an MRI














We are the way we are  ~
No one changes as a result of our prompting, prodding, or pushing. 
Though we can move and share with others.

We are the way we are ~
We  grow when we recognize the goodness of the universe for our own inner sanctum.
Those who hear will learn, and hopefully reciprocate.

We are the way we are  ~
When we have defined what brings us our own joy
We're able to allow  others the same kindness and space.


dcrelief ~ personal update:

Friday morning (today), I'm having an MRI on my brain. The doctor is investigating 'why' I've lost some function in my left hand and left leg. It's a little bit scary, so I hope you'll keep me in your thoughts. 

My neighbor shared: "If they discover that you have no brain, you will have been worried over nothing!" I suppose he has a point!

30 comments:

  1. Ha! I wish your neighbor was my neighbor. That's an entertaining neighbor!

    Will have you in my prayers and thoughts, DIXIE POLKA. (The least I can do is pray the doctor finds a brain in there. Ha!)

    ~ D-FensDogG
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  2. I will be thinking of you Dixie, Good luck.
    Yvonne.

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  3. Holy Poop, Dixie, I hope everything goes well, I will be sending you some positive energy!

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  4. Prayers for you! I will be thinking about you today.

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  5. Funny neighbor. Love the poem, and best of luck with the MRI thing. It may be some glitch in the system.

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  6. Good luck with the MRI. As medical tests go, it's a pretty easy one to do -- just noisy as hell, which really surprised me when I had one a couple of years ago. I hope they find out what the issue is!

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    1. Noisy... geez - it was awful. I was so ready to get out of there!! Thanks, Debra!

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  7. Everyone is who they are indeed. Hopefully everything goes well and they learn what it is and how to fix it.

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    1. Oh, if no brain showed, would that be called a no brainer? lol

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    2. 'No brainer'? I forgive you now!

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  8. Prayers going up Dixie. Keep us posted on how it all turns out. We love you. ((hugs))

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    1. Thanks, Robin, hopefully within a couple of days.

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  9. Deep words. I hear ya.
    You're in my prayers and only good wishes and energy for you, kisses

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  10. In my thoughts, hope everything turns out to be alright!

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  11. I think your neighbor is diagnosing my problem from a distance. I hope your MRI goes quietly.

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    1. The MRI was noisy! My neighbor is a hoot!
      Thank you, Jono!

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  12. I was going to make a wiseguy remark, but then I read the last bit.
    Good luck!

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    1. I love wiseguy remarks, and you usually have a good one!
      Thanks, Al.

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  13. Hope the MRI went well and you get some answers soon with what is going on with your body; being in the dark and wondering is sometimes worse than an actual diagnosis and then seeing what treatment might be necessary.

    betty

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    1. Betty, I think you summed it up well. Thank you.

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