The 11th chemotherapy infusion has come and gone. I can't believe it but I welcome it. This past year has come and gone so fast, but yet has been the slowest and most miserable year to date. Crazy! I cannot believe that I only have ONE MORE left. It makes me so happy!!!! But so emotional, thinking about how long this journey has been for me and my family. As I was sitting ready for the hook up I felt so thankful and appreciative to friends, family and caregivers that truly have made this whole experience livable. I really am going to especially miss my Chemo Nurses. They are angels who feel like family!
The infusion went well...I slept like a rock and upon waking I forgot where I was....multiple times. The nausea and "calm yourself...we are only giving you poison" drugs have really made me feel intoxicated. Jeff was afraid I would fall on the way out to the car...it was that good.
We came home a few minutes before the children arrived home from school and enjoyed their company (debatable) and then my angel Aunt and Uncle who live in town brought me my very favorite meal!
Chicken Pot Pie.
It was delish and we love and appreciate ALL that they have done to support and love us.
We Love Them and are so lucky that they live close.
The rest of the evening I spent gorked on the couch with no recollection of anything that transpired. I just remembered when the house became quiet. (Not a bad way to spend the evening if I do say so myself.) :)
And here is to the rest of the week. My mom is coming this afternoon and in the time being, I am catching up on laundry and ironing. So. Much. Fun.
The highlight of our weekend was creating this masterpiece Sunday afternoon. There may or may not have been (but probably was) mutiny on-board during the creation....but we made it through. Walker did a great job putting it all together. However there may be a few parts where you might think that it is an old Japanese Film where the words don't line up with the sound from the mouths. It is a treasure!
Love to you All!