Hiccup.

How the mother flipping is it July? How are we closer to Christmas now than Easter and why is time moving so fast?

I guess this is what happens when you’re busy in your life. Time just seems to evaporate into thin air. Routines are the norm and with the introduction of nursery, that desire to know what you’re doing at any given time is even more paramount.

But as you coast along watching the hours whirr by with your project deadlines looming and your Son’s childhood flashing before your eyes, there will always be something that stops you in your tracks.

A hiccup in your path to moving on.

Such a tiny hiccup is occurring at the moment. And I call it a hiccup because it’s an insignificant blip on the radar.
It’s an annoyance more than a game changer. But it should be noted, because things like this happen. In my journey of being a cancer warrior you need a couple of conflicts to keep your army strong so that’s how I’m thinking about this.

On Tuesday, I’ve got a little MRI just to check on ‘that’ area again after some pain I’ve encountered. But it’ll be fine. No biggie. I’m even going to go on my own so you just KNOW that there will be a hilarious hospital gown selfie picture that will surface.

Do I think it’s anything sinister? Nah.
Am I scared though? You betcha. If you’re not scared, you don’t care.

But it’ll be fine. It has to be.

And until then, we will watch the hours whirr by with project deadlines looming and your Son’s childhood flashing before your eyes.

Because this is just a hiccup.

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