It was an uneventful day yesterday.
My levels continue to be good -- so much so that I did not need a neulasta injection (boosts white blood count).
My oncology appointment started at 11:00A, Chemo began about 11:30A and we were home by 3:00P. It was nice to be done earlier in the day.
Once again I had an arsenal of snacks but have been keeping to the bland side which has proven much better this go around. Staying Dairy Free has helped incredibly. I can not tell you how much I am missing ice cream but with my eye on the ultimate prize it is truly minor in the scheme of things.
I took some of the time during Chemo to start sewing on Sully's patches for his new Webelo uniform which we will present to him tomorrow night at the bridging ceremony. I am happy that that little task is behind me.
Today I went to physical therapy and my therapist (also a BC survivor greeted me with a "hello baldy.") I have to say I found the humor in it -- it's not like I look like I have a full head of hair anymore. I am anxiously awaiting the new bandanna's I ordered on ebay.
In the meantime my friend M and I exchanged this thread on IM today.
She wrote: Kabbalists say when you cut your hair you lessen all the judgementsHave blessed judgment free day.
so it is only normal to assume that when you lose the hair you lose all the judgements. so you will be blessed with no harsh judgements from here in!