Treatment #2. Has someone ever asked you a simple question that caused a time of deeper reflection?
Monday was my second treatment for this round of chemotherapy.
I was glad to be back at my familiar office in Kennett Square. It is much quieter than some of the other places I have received treatment.
There are small signs that the treatment is working. Rashes and other such side effects that have historically shown up when the chemotherapy has been effective at pushing back the cancer are starting to reappear. It is way too early to draw any conclusions, but these simple signs give me hope.
A simple Question
Has someone ever asked you a simple question that caused you a time of deeper reflection?
It happened to me last weekend.
A good friend and I were working in my shop. We are taking an old piano and turning it into a case for the electric keyboard at church.
As we were putting the finishing touches on the piano cabinet, he asked, “How did you ever get interested in woodworking?”
It was a fascinating question. I found myself talking about Mr. Miller. [Read more…]