|Vicky & Me - Collingwood, ON - Fall 2007|
When I arrived I found out that there was a 30 minute delay. I hate when that happens but I can deal with that. I had gotten used to that over the past several months and I usually expected to wait about 20 minutes or so. Then they changed the wait time to 45 minutes. I was really starting to get antsy because I still had errands to do and the kids were going to be getting home from school soon. Finally they called me and put me into the little room. You know that little room I’m talking about. The one where they move you from the main waiting room to the room where you will eventually see the doctor. I said eventually. They deceive you into thinking that the doctor will be right in. Wrong.
|Alex - Carter Bay, ON - Summer 2007|
Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate all of the health care workers out there and I know that they are all doing the best they can. I didn’t like the person I was when I was freaking out about having to wait. It made me feel selfish and ungrateful but at the same time I just couldn’t help it.
|Tasza & Me - Top of the CN Tower,|
Toronto, ON - Summer 2007
I was starting to see how this cancer thing was changing me in so very many ways.
Waiting on the World to Change - John Mayer