As you can see the Merry-Go-Round takes the wind out of you. I’m happy that the weekend’s worth of shots did its job and got my white cell count up to a respectable number. On Wednesday I get the portable chemo thing out and on Friday I think I’m getting a new port placed on my left side instead of using my temporary PIC on my right arm.
The girls down at radiation greeted me with happy news, after today’s session I only have seven left! Radiation has kicked my buttocks a bit, it’s really, really hard but there is the light getting brighter at the end of the tunnel. And not a moment too soon!
I am exhausted so I’ll see you guys tomorrow.
Andrew Reynolds said:
The radiation can knock you out for awhile. Once they stop pointing that thing at you, you’ll get your energy back fast. Hang in there.
Thanks Andrew! I most certainly hope so,
Take care…Get some rest, my friend. Cheers!
Eric Tonningsen said:
That brighter light… It’s good to acknowledge its presence and foretelling! To your strength!
So beautifully said Eric! Thanks
Ak, you look tired. I’m enjoying the photographs – in a morbid sort of way.
There is still light coming off you!
As always, sending the deepest and very best thoughts I can muster.
Onward, my friend.
Thank you so very much, it does my heart good to know you still like looking at my pictures. Your eyes are those of an artiste and a compassionate soul. I trust them implicitly.