Re: My Chemo Journey . . .
Kathy, I have seen parts of her documentary on lifetime before I was diagnosed and I think I will have to make a point of watching it. I have a very hard time reading at chemo. It seems to be too loud and distracting and with all of the fluid I get and the mannitol they give my with my Cisplatin I am up to the bathroom a lot. Movies have seem to be the best thing to do to occupy my time.
I feel so much more emotionally stable last week and this week so far. I think I figured out what it is I need in life to make my heart feel better. A good cry, good sex and a good drunk. In that order. After that it seems that life is so much easier to deal with.
I sure can tell that I am getting further into my treatments. I feel much more tired today and I usually do after my day 1 treatment. I know the chemo is compounding and each cycle knocks me down a little more than the last one. At this point in my chemo if I have made it this far the last 2 cycles have nothing on me. On another good note I think spring is finally gonna come and give us some nice weather. Soon camping season will be upon us and I will have some fun in the sun with my family.
Till next time,