Numbers, Numbers, Numbers! My Life Represented in Numbers

Just couldn’t resist the opportunity to post on 12-13-14!

Numbers. My life is consumed in Myeloma numbers. Numerical blood statistics. Numbers representing my health status and prognosis. Numbers determining how immune compromised I am. Numbers measuring whether I’m winning or Myeloma is…

Since diagnosis I’ve had to become ultra focused on my medical numbers, never wanting to be ignorant of my cancer status details. So I’ve learned more about what my myeloma numbers mean related to my body bio-chemistry, bio-physiology, then I ever thought my little brain could comprehend!
But I also see amazing (positive) numerical patterns EVERYWHERE in my life, unrelated to cancer. My mind and eyes gravitate to numbers now in a way I never did before. And I seem to have weird-amazing connected numerical patterns in my life, everywhere!

12-13-14 is a pretty remarkable number pattern, and I’m glad to have lived this historical 12-13-14! Originally, my plan was to post tomorrow, 12-14-14, as December 14 represents an all too important anniversary date: my First Hematology appointment. 12-14-09 began my Myeloma diagnosis journey, 5 years ago. #5 has become pretty symbolic in my life this year, and I look forward more important #5 dates coming up in (of course!) … 2015!

That FIRST unreal, unnerving appointment, 12-14-09 is of course, permanently etched in my mind…  my life turned upside down like none other… well… except for my FIRST Bone Marrow Biopsy 12-18-09 and the BIGGEST of the BIG dates, 12-30-09, my official Myeloma diagnosis day.

But all is moving forward (thanks to continuing Rev and Dex treatments), and I am absolutely thrilled to still be here on this beautiful earth, living life the best I can, 5 years later at 55. These 5 years have been a gift, and I’m hoping for another 5 years.

***AND OF COURSE… WHEN I LOGGED OFF… MY BLOG PAGEVIEW STATS SAID… CAN YOU GUESS??? YES INDEED!!! … 55,555 !!! Just can’t make this stuff up… here’s the “proof”!

Live happy, live well, and make a difference somewhere, somehow, with someone or something as often as you can!