Life in the Slow Lane

Life in the Slow Lane

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

This is me in the waiting room. Check out that cool building behind me outside. That is a new cancer research centre. Neato windows.
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JessicaRabbit said...

I love your glasses. The windows and view rock too but your glasses are excellent.

Precisiongirl said...

Absolutely love your specs!! You got specs appeal!!

Jode just passed by the computer and thought the picture of you was indeed myself - sorry to break this to you, but you're apparently my cyber twin.

Glad to hear things are going ok - keeping everything crossed for you.


laura said...

Look at you - you look so good. Well, you look like you might be a little disgruntled, but you manage to make that look gorgeous.

Vanessa said...

Yes, you DO look good, and I must say that I really admire you for being so brave and so open about your experiences with the chemo. Bless you!

Susie said...

Thanks for the pix, we get a tiny bit of your visual experience that way. You are altogether lovely. My urge, when I saw your pretty face, was to kiss your cheek. So here's a virtual cheeksmooch.

Candace said...

I, too, love the glasses! And the 'do-rag...word.

mrtl said...

Thanks for the visuals. You look mahvelous!

LadyBug said...

Yes, yes, very cool windows, blahblahblah.

But YOU, my dear, YOU are lovely. You do look a little nervous there - yet another reason why the cancer place needs a foot-rubbing cabana boy!

Seriously, though, Stacey, you're beautiful. Thanks for opening yourself up to us like that. God bless you. ((HUGS))

L.Bo said...

Hey! It is good to see you. Thanks so much for posting the photos. I am in awe of your being able to share the experience with us. I just want to give you a great big hug and a plate of sushi. You are one dynamite chocolate chip cookie!

By the way, you look great. Way better than my over-active imagination had you.

fueltank said...

Hey Krank!

I got an email from my Bedlam and Atticus' Mom, who I had sent the link to your site. She said thanks for sending her the link, the blog was good, and horrible.

No Music In My Parents Garage

teddypablo said...

Hey baby,
I am impressed by the coverage alone.Very thorough. Perhaps you think of a book deal. You look cute in the pic and it made me want to reach out and hug you like one of those cutsy Japanese toys. Hope you are feeling ok today. Let's talk soon. ciao teddy-pablo

Von Krankipantzen said...

jessica r-thanks! I have had them for about 5 years and am holding off getting new ones until I can get laser eye correction.

precision girl-my cyber twin? Isn't that interesting! How cool!

laura-thanks for that. I feel very blah but am surprised that I don't look sicker.

Vanessa-haring this with you all is the only thing keeping me sane right now. Thanks for your support and kind words.

susie-thanks for the cyber smooch. I do really appreciate that.

misfit-word! I have never been a do rag girl but I think I am a convert now.

mrtl-THANKS! I really do appreciate that.

labdybug-I am always a bit nervous even though it is never bad. Just anticipation. Only 4 more treatments to go. You are too sweet to me.

lbo-mmmmmm...SUUUUUSHIIIII. And did you say chocolate? See, I am doing just fine!

fuel-it was such a surprise to hear from her. Hope youa re having fun still.

teddypablo-I am sqeaking from the hugs. Looking forward to your visit.

Squirl said...

Kranki, I'm so glad you finally decided to post pictures of yourself. See, we all knew you were beautiful. If I didn't know you'd lost your hair I'd just think that you'd pulled it back to get it out your way. You're looking great.

Von Krankipantzen said...

squirl-thanks muchly. I have to say that while I feel pretty blah I don't think I look like that too much. This is a surprise to me. If only you could see what was under that scarf! LOL!

Sharkey said...

I concur with all the other comments--you look great and I love the specs.

Tell them to hurry up in that research building behind you. Find a cure already!

Von Krankipantzen said...

sharkey-FIND A CURE! I am yelling it at that building!

fueltank said...

What is under the scarf is just as beautiful as the rest of her... I have a thing for heads and skulls, and Krank's got a good one.

Very clean scalp, no scars (of which I have plenty!) and a very nicely shaped head. Really.

It's all about perception. My skull, on the other hand, is wierdly lumpy and scarred up... I'll send a photo along when I get back to Toronto.

Still Stuck With Nothing to Hear

Von Krankipantzen said...

fuel- Thanks for the kind words. I figured you might have a thing the way you held my head in your hands. Bald heads are cool. Mine is a little scroffulous right now. I need some head lotion or somehithg. Who makes head lotion?