Monday, June 27, 2011

Auntie Tammy's Back

The title of this post is a double entendre. I'm "back" long enough to share something with you (anyone who happens to be reading this).

I actually tried to make this a much more detailed post with a bit of background on what I've been doing since the last time I posted here (going on two years ago!). But as soon as I hit 'publish', my computer had an "Internal Service Error", and my first draft of this blog entry seems to have been lost for good. Sigh.

(I thought Blogger "autosaved" stuff?)

Anyway, I do want to point you in the direction of something I'm working on. A seed of an idea buried in my mind for a LONG time is now finally starting to blossom into a full-fledged project! You can read more about it here.

After you're finished reading, now I'm going to ask for your help.

If you feel inclined/inspired, please consider backing my project with a pledge. ANY amount is sincerely appreciated!

Or, another quick, easy way to help (that I would be just as grateful for) is by sharing the link on your blog or Facebook wall. Several people have already done this and by re-posting, they piqued some others' curiosity... and some of those friends-of-friends even made a pledge. It really does help just to spread the word!

With your assistance, I'd love to see this succeed. You'll be sincerely thanked ... and rewarded. :)

Right now, thank you just for reading and considering!

Meanwhile, as for my actual back (as in, the body part) --

That spot on my spine is still showing up on scans, BUT it hasn't shown any sign of activity since ... basically, since it was first discovered! In the cancer world, we call this "Stable Mabel." Let's keep our fingers crossed that Mabel hangs around for a looooong time -- the only exception being, she can go away for awhile if she sends her friend Ned to take her place. (Ned is better known as No Evidence of Disease.)

1 comment:

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