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to embed an .mp3 file in a Blogger post, but I don't have time this morning (nor did I make time last night) to figure it out.

The only way you can listen to my new ringtone is to be hanging with me when my phone rings.

When the Dylan version of "Forever Young" came out, I snapped it right up as my ringtone, since
  • my maiden name is Young and
  • I love, love, love Bob Dylan
Replacing it was a major life decision (not!), but I think the theme song from Harry's Law is worth the switch.

My husband and I are headed to Wake-Forest Medical Center this morning for the second opinion, which we fervently hope is identical to the first. It'll be a long, long day with lots of driving punctuated by a little tension and a decision about treatment.

He thanked me this morning, for taking him to yet another doctor's appointment. I can't imagine not going. He's certainly capable of making the trip on his own, but I almost always think it's best to have an extra pair of eyes and ears in the examination room, and I want to be as supportive as I possibly can be. It was nice of him to thank me, but no thanks are necessary, that's for sure! Besides, all I'd do if I were here all day is worry. And (probably) eat. It's much better for my food plan to spend the day on the road. Heh.


Anne M. said…
I hope all goes well with the second opinion trip. Never occurred to me that you wouldn't go with him :)

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