1 down, 5 to go. It was odd to change my thinking that poison is good for me. But that's what my focus was. I was told I did well. It was a long day. Probably longer for Amy who spent most of it in her car, reading. I spent a lot of my time snoozing and listening to an audio book, checking email, playing with facebook, listening to music. Pad Thai for lunch was great. The soda that Amy brought me when I had the worst dry mouth of my life was awesome, absolutely awesome! Fantastic!
Debbie delivered an awesome meal of fresh fruits and veggies and her wonderful chicken and noodles. Zoned out watching The Golden Girls for awhile, and then Amy and I went to a movie.
The only glitch in the day is that both big boys' school schedules are messed up...Nathan's first high school class starts 11 minutes after his last university class (assuming he drops the one class he wants to drop, otherwise there is a direct conflict) and Aidan has no English class. Tynan was late to soccer camp and got punished, or so he says. He hates soccer camp.
I'm cranked on steroids (I've never reacted well to them), but pleased that I've got the option to take them and the other anti-nausea drugs. It's very weird for me to be popping so many pills, that's for sure.
Thanks for all the good wishes. I go back for my Neulasta tomorrow (Thursday). That has me more worked up than the whole chemo thing did.
I think I'm going to make a chemo shirt, black with pink boxing glove. Anyone else in?