Hi, guys. I am back home again. The tumor in my cerebellum has been cut and the cup of liquid that was causing all the problems has been removed. All symptoms immediately disappeared and all I am left with is complete loss of balance while my brain resettles. The lack of balance is not a real problem, as I have been doing a lot of yoga over the years, but it seems best to everyone (including me) to recuperate slowly , since the restructuring of the brain has to be as evenly as possible. I also have to wait to next thursday to hear if the tumor itself was indeed benign as we all now expect and presume. The doctor doing the asessment is away for a conference this weekend, so I may either get a phone-call next thursday or have to wait to monday to meet with him. Or they'll forget to notify me at all, which in my experience isn't unknown in the medical world.
Contrary to the information in the previous post, the new series of S1ngle will probably start in February next year, but the link I provided to the end of the second season is still a favorite. I will keep you posted of all developments and try to throw in a pretty picture every now and then. And let's hope it's what it seems right now, a blip in the story of my life; the year I turned fifty and didn't die.
By the way, I am really enjoying Bill Willingham's ew Fables novel Peter and Max.