Want to introduce everyone to my new friend Iggy. Came home from a very busy day at work to find a box waiting for me. No idea what is inside, didn't order anything from Amazon, can't imagine. So Stirling opens it up for me (let him take the hit, hes young and healthy) and inside is Iggy the Honeybadger. Took me a bit to figure all this out and who sent it. (I was busy looking for anthrax spores at first)
Found this message... "From all of us at the IIG, we wish you god(less) speed to perfect health!"
WOW - They got someone at build a bear to type that and attach it to my gift? What is really cool.
If you don't know the significance of honeybadger then watch this video. And the military outfit Iggy has on is because of my Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia project. And the name Iggy is from the IIG (Independent Investigation Group) from LA.
I really feel loved guys, I laughed a lot once I figured it out. So totally cute and meaningful. So I wanted to tell people and show you how Iggy and I are going to start hanging out when I'm in my activism mode.
This is Susan and Iggy working on a blog for GSoW
Here we have on our headphones and are recording a podcast.
This is one of our deep meaningful conversations.
I think he had just asked my opinion on Duck Dynasty.
Here I'm giving Iggy a piggyback ride.
Here we are jumping for joy because I just got a new editor for Wikipedia!
Now we are sharing High-Fives because Iggy came up with the most awesome idea for my next blog.
Here is a close-up of Iggy just in case you wanted to see his little outfit. He wears dog tags too. But it says Build-A-Bear, So I'm going to have to get him some tags that are more fitting.
THANK YOU ALL IIG! I feel very loved! And very guilty as I haven't updated First Responders or Interskept in months. But I've saved everything and hopefully will get it done by the first of the year. I'll see you all in January as the chemo is all done and almost out of my system. Just the 5 weeks of radiation (20 treatments) to go, which will be a walk in the park in comparison to chemo.