Tuesday, March 21, 2006

back on the subway

Today was my first time on the subway in over two months. It's possible that it could be as long as three months since I last used the subway. I'm not sure. I need to check my figures. Anyway, I took the subway to and from the office of Dr. Tepper, a psychologist, for a mid-afternoon appointment, so I was able to avoid the infamous rush hour commute which I was very happy about.

Nothing about the subway changed. The ambience of the subway and its motley mix of riders seemed just as I had left them. If anything, I was the one who had changed.

3 Comments:

Comment Anonymous Jeannetta said...

You are a prize fighter! I am a 30 yr old Hodgkin's survivor....facing a possible relapse (and SCT.) Thank you for this blog!

1:21 PM  
Comment Blogger Duane said...

I'm glad to be some service! :) More importantly, I really wish you the best as you face the challenges of a potential SCT. If you have a question about the SCT, I'd be glad to answer as I best I can.

Best wishes,
Duane

11:11 PM  
Comment Anonymous Anonymous said...

I too your cousin Gloria Castro was faced with Ovarian Cancer 4 years ago. Thank God today, Monday, April 3, 2005 I am cancer free.

I know it is challenging for you but God's Grace is sufficient and in his strenth you can be made whole. Hold on to God and know that he is with you in this.

9:22 AM  

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