The doctor I want as my family doctor isn't accepting new patients until July. But never fear, internet friends, I've finally got my act together in order to find myself a new oncologist. I'm visiting the walk-in clinic on Thursday, former doctor's info in hand, and I am getting myself a referral to one of 6 gyn/oncs I've researched and had recommended. Because really, it's been almost a year since my last check-up, and that's unacceptable. You know it is if I'm finally kicking my own ass.
I have, however, also set up an appointment in July for when I return from BC (where my dad is marrying his long-time girlfriend, which makes me very happy).
BC! Spike, we'll have to meet for lunch again. Noelle, I wish I could make it down to Seattle to meet you (that may not be entirely impossible, you know)! As much as I am enjoying Toronto these days, a break is certainly needed. I will have a blissful two-and-a-half weeks without work.
I was talking with a friend from high-school the other day about everyone we know who is married or having babies. There were at least 3 babies he told me about and 2 I told him about, and it dawned on us that we'd known one another for nine years, and it made me kind of sad for awhile. Let's just say that my life isn't any thing like I expected it would be at 26, and while that isn't necessarily a bad thing, it also isn't a good thing. It just is.