Sunday, June 16, 2013


This morning I had my yearly breast MRI.   The only appointment they had available for a couple of weeks was 7:45 am this morning. That was tough and required a nap this afternoon!

(A few years ago they found something and they did a biopsy and it was nothing. They put in markers to keep an eye on the spots since breast cancer runs in my family.  Now I get mammograms and MRIs on the frequent flier program.)

I got up and took a shower. With my new shorter hair (I got my hair cut finally yesterday) my morning routine went quickly. I put on my tiara and went to have my MRI.  The Power of the Tiara has been good to me so far.

I spent one hour in the big loud MRI machine. I tried to fall sleep and I think I dozed off for a bit but then the tech had to shoot me up with dye. This tech had no sense of humor. come on, i show up wearing a tiara and you don't say anything?  Okay once he called t a crown.  Definitely a straight man tech!

Now, I wait until the results later this week. These days are always a little stressful. So, keep me in your thoughts.

Until tomorrow...


  1. I'll keep you in my thoughts, Adrienne. I do know how ... scary ... finding anything other than normal tissue in a breast can be. Had a cyst in my left one a few years ago myself, fortunately benign, but waiting for the biopsy and the results was excruciating. I've had mammograms twice a year ever since, and each time I can't help but worry a little. I think wearing a tiara for the MRI is a great idea--you GO, grrrl! And my fingers are crossed that all will continue to be well and normal. Sending a warm hug your way.


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