We went in on Monday morning and I got us each a Chic-Fil-A chicken biscuit. If you have never had one, I exhort you to give it a try. They are most excellent. She saw her oncologist and started the chemo. After I tucked her in, I had to go to work for a little while. When I went outside, it was sprinkling and the smell of rain was wonderful. The smell of rain is one of my favorite things and I took it as a good sign. I will tell you that rain smells better in South East Arizona than it does in Idaho but it's pretty awesome in Idaho too. When you were raised in the desert like I was, the smell of rain takes a special place in your heart and is a symbol of hope and life. Many of you will not understand this... but that smell is very powerful for me.
After I got back to the cancer center, I had to use the restroom and my mind was racing thinking of all of the things I had to do... but I made a pit stop at the restroom and was standing at the urinal when the door opened and I turned to see a woman walk into the bathroom... My mind must have been really off because my first thought was "Crap, I'm in the ladies room..." and I was about to apologize when I realized I was standing at a urinal! The woman rushed out without saying anything and I was very relieved that it was not me that went into the wrong bathroom. I feel like I walk around on autopilot sometimes.
Here are a few photos to share. I'm hoping JaNae will feel well enough to post soon... hint hint