Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Monday, February 20, 2017

MY HERO---OFF FOR HIS ONE YEAR CANCER CHECK UP THIS MORNING

I have some
KID NEWS
for you later--
BUT--
This morning
My Hero is off 
to have
his throat scoped
for his
ONE YEAR 
CANCER FREE CHECK-UP.
Imagine how 
EXCITED HE IS
to have 
THIS POKED DOWN HIS THROAT.

OKAY- 
He is 
NOT TOO EXCITED 
about that part.

I sit quietly in the chair
and crack jokes to make 
DR. CHARLIE PAN
laugh while he is 
doing the procedure.
Guess what?
Sometimes he has to 
STOP PROBING
because he is 
LAUGHING.

I may be banned to the waiting room
one of these days.

BE BACK LATER!
That's a threat promise!
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67 comments:

  1. Praying that you'll behave yourself. Does John ever insist that you wait in the anteroom? Ha! Praying and trusting for an excellent report.

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  2. Praying for a good report. God bless.

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  3. This is a milestone checkup! Praying for the best news! Good luck to Dr. Charlie Pan!

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  4. Praying all goes well. My girl is all too familiar with the scope as she spent her last semester scoping patients. But, she does know how it feels...they had to scope themselves and fellow students. She is the queen at it, I tell ya. Only child I know who would volunteer to let others who are inexperienced give it a go on her :-0

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  5. Diana, Praying for John...he looks nice. I am praying for all of you. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  6. I always pray for John and was hoping you would give us an update soon. Hope everything goes well today...we'll pray! Sweet hugs to you both and the doctor too, Diane

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  7. Good morning Diana..
    I'll be praying that everything goes smoothly and that your hero will again be given a good report. That's so funny about the Doctor laughing. I'm sure your wonderful sense of humour has made a difference on this difficult journey. I hope you have a lovely week <3

    Tamara xo

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  8. This is a BIG day! I love your attitude and your ability to keep things light - I'll bet it is so good for everyone around you. I pray for a good result from today's scope.

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  9. Lol! You know I work for ENT docs! ( . . . and your poor hero trying not to laugh with that scope down his throat!) Thoughts, prayers and LAUGHTER are a perfect healing trilogy!
    My best to John and all!
    w/L

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  10. Praying all goes well and nothing is found that is upsetting. I'm giggling at the doctor laughing and John wanting to strangle you.

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  11. Oh you know how I feel about scopes - please tell me they freeze him or medicate him in some way. I know this is a necessary evil, but my heart goes out to him. I'm looking forward to hearing the all clear. -Jenn

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  12. You better settle down are you will be sent out. It is great you still have a positive outlook and sense of humor. He will do fine.

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  13. Good wishes and prayers are going out for your husband and as for you . . . behave yourself :)

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  14. I hope you get good news. You are allowed in the room? And he is awake? Yikes.

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  15. they'd have to put me to sleep.....hoping all is perfect and never quit cracking your jokes! xoxo

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  16. That's wonderful. I can't believe it's been a year.

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  17. My hubby's ENT doctor puts it down his nose to his throat, says he can see it better. Hope all is CLEAR for him today.

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  18. Better down the throat than up other places! Hope all goes well (I know it will), but I will be thinking of you and John this morning!

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  19. Hope everything is fine.. and he is totally fit.. big hug to you..

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  20. Sending prayers and love your way today!!

    Carla

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  21. Praying for excellent news! And I can just imagine how you keep them laughing all the time! :)

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  22. Wishing you the best possible news xo

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  23. Praying all is well with your husband's recovery. Blessings to you.

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  24. Exciting and a bit scary...hope all goes well..You..BEHAVE...

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  25. Hope all goes well. My hubby had his annual endoscopy earlier this month; he tried it only once without anaesthetic. Must be that I'm not as entertaining as you!

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  26. I hope he is put to sleep for that procedure... just looking at it stresses me out... I'm not a fan of doctor's and procedures at all!! LOL He is in my prayers that there is only good news that comes from that being put down his throat! He's so lucky to have you :-)

    Blessings,
    Jill

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  27. That is so sweet that you bring cheer. I hope you get good results. Keep spreading the happiness and laughter. The world needs much of that.
    Lisa

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  28. We are eager to hear what y'all found out. That does not look like any fun at all. :-((

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  29. Prayers for good news! πŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸ»

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  30. Praying everything went well with his check up. Cancer touches so many people.

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  31. Wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope everything checked out. I am glad you have such a great sense of humor - I think it helps everyone involved. Sandie

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  32. Ouch! Thank goodness for that throat spray and that the tubing is flexible! Prayers it all goes well!

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  33. I've had quite a few of these. But I finally stopped getting them. I hope all is well. He has hung in there so well!
    Brenda

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  34. You two have been through so much in a year :(

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  35. Wow, a year already! Praying for the best news! xoxo

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  36. HI Diana...
    Seems like you have plenty of well wishers...we'll here's one more!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  37. I hope it all went well, Diana. You need to take your act on the road! ;) xoxo

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  38. Diana, if jokes were medicine, you could make a fortune! Hope John's procedure went well and everything looks good. Did they put him to sleep? I had an endoscopy and was in lala land. Easter is not too far away...he has to be in good shape for a big dinner... xoxo

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  39. I do hope everything turns out ok, Diana. Saying a prayer for you, dear friend.

    love, ~Sheri

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  40. Diana, what a fantastic milestone! Praying all went well today! You're such a card; your hero is a trooper! Thinking of you both and sending many blessings your way. XO, Betsy

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  41. Remind me to not ever take you for any check-up LOL
    Youuuu...
    Waiting for the update on the results, those scopes are yucky.
    Prayers for you both!
    Hugs, Roxy

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  42. your husband has beautiful teeth

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  43. I hope your jokes put that doctor in a good mood! Hope all goes well for your hero.
    xx

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  44. Well, I hope your jokes didn't endanger someone's throats while it was being scoped. Ugh, I would gag and gag if that was put down my throat. Hope all went well!

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  45. I can't imagine having that thing stuck down my throat unless I was put under. It's like the stuff of nightmares! I'm afraid someone would have to drag me kicking and screaming into the room. Well, I hope and pray John got good news today. Blessings to both of you!

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  46. Wonderful news ! Praise the Lord for grace and mercy . Hugs and blessings , Cindy

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  47. Well, the day is over and I'm just getting here.
    I trust it was a good report and a good day?
    This year went by fast! Well, for us anyway. :-)

    Love Hugs and prayers~~

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  48. Well, the day is over and I'm just getting here.
    I trust it was a good report and a good day?
    This year went by fast! Well, for us anyway. :-)

    Love Hugs and prayers~~

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  49. He looks so handsome! So happy for you both. Believe it or not I had a similar scope sent down my throat a number of years ago- ugh. He's a real trooper! xo Kathleen

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  50. They would have to knock me out to get that thing down my throat. I hope everything went well. Let us know ok?
    Take care, Janet W hugs and prayers

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  51. Not a fan of the throat gadget, but sometimes we must endure. So thankful John is cancer free. Your sense of humor must help get you through life's complicated problems. Much love, Linda

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  52. Diana, I hope all goes well. He is certainly looking the picture of health, with that big smile..Happy Thoughts Tuesday..xxoJudy

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  53. I bet you're the topic of conversation at Dr. Pan's dinner table after every visit. LOL

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  54. I know his check up went well, which is awesome xox ... remind me not to bring you to a dr's check up if they need to have a steady hand... lol... I wouldn't want you making them laugh at the wrong time... haha

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