Thursday, July 24, 2014

Today I Feel Better and Life, Lemons and Lemonade

Today I feel better.  Now better is a marginal thing.  I'm still fatigued and I have pain in my joints extremities but not to the degree I did yesterday.  Small things have to be appreciated.

Other things to be appreciated are a "Meal Train" that was started for me by the folks at Kinnser Software:

"As many of you already know, our dear friend, Scott L Miller, is experiencing a health issue that necessitates treatment over the next few months which will likely cause him to feel weak and unwell. If you want to help Scott through this period by dropping a meal off at his home, click this link to learn more and to sign up.

What is a meal train? There are times in our lives when friends and family ask, "What can I do to help out?" The answer is usually to help them with a meal. When many friends give a meal, this is a meal train.

If you are inclined, please sign up to deliver a meal to Scott on one of the days indicated. There may occasionally be errands and other needs Scott has (e.g., yard work, ride to the doctor's office), so please reach out to him directly if you're available to help in other ways.

On behalf of Scott Miller, Thank You!"

Additionally, Derrell has planned a Hat Party on 6/14 for this soon to be bald guy. 
"Your friend and my boo, Scott L Miller, will soon lose his hair due to 18 weeks worth of chemo treatments. Rather than let it just fall out, Scott is going to shave his noggin and just own the chrome dome. As he only owns one hat, a baseball cap from the Hawaiian island of Lanai, he needs to stock up.

So please bring
 you choice of hat, be it ball cap or Stetson, Ascot or Beanie, Berets or Fedoras, Panama hats or Top hats, shoot even one of those frilly thing you see at the Kentucky Derby.
It is 7 3/8” hat size or a 23” head! Bring the hat, you’re favorite cocktail and any nibbles you’d like and let’s celebrate lack of hair!

This is a celebration of life as its lived! Please join."
I'm a lucky man,


  1. Oh Scott, how I wished I lived near you. I would bring you over some of my specialities. I love to cook. But this is wonderful. Keep us posted on what happens.

  2. Best of luck with your recovery, Scott!