[conventions}cancer] Norwescon Day 2, the PET scan

Laid low most of yesterday. I did make my one panel for the day, which was pretty fun, then a Ken Scholes reading, then the Water For Quarks release party, then a group dinner. That pretty much burned me out.

This is very unlike my normal behavior, at Cons or otherwise. The cancer stress is still happening, still settling in.

On the plus side, got the PET results late yesterday afternoon. Everything is as expected, no metastatic bloom. Life is very weird when a 35 mm tumor is good news, but almost all the alternatives were somewhere between far worse and fatal. So that is good news.

I’m hoping to have a more normal-for-Jay Con day today. And I’ll be more visible than I have been, I think.

4 thoughts on “[conventions}cancer] Norwescon Day 2, the PET scan

  1. Laurie Mann says:

    I feel odd saying “congrats on the good news,” but when it could have been worse…I hope the treatments go well. Have fun at Norwescon.

  2. I’m so glad to hear this. The best of the worst, as it were, is far better than the worst of the worst. I am thinking of you, and sending you energizing thoughts. Bestest, s.

  3. Thom Marrion says:

    I thought you were great on the Best Writing Advice panel and what you said about negative energy still being energy that can fuel the creative process was a very powerful message.

    Also, the Hawaiian shirt looked good. Don’t let anyone tell you different.

    1. Jay says:

      Thank you. I’m glad you enjoyed.

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