Sure chemo and radiation caused some changes, but biggest is that I’m finally a cool punk after so much time!
So, yes, the chemo has made me weak, sleepy, pretty boring. But I still need to get out of the house for a bit. I visit to pick up some food and supplies means a strong mask is needed. I refuse to get sick. I, of course, ordered an even stronger mask than what the doctors said I need. Gotta be safe!
My Facebook Post:
Update: Today would have been the end of my radiation treatment, but 2 weeks ago after 4 weeks of zaps, my blood parts went down like crazy. The chemo pills had caused low platelets and white blood cells. Blood is starting to get closer to normal every day now. Then I will soon finish the zaps for 2 weeks. Thank you all for your support!!
(Yes, I didn’t share all of the details that you can see here on my site now!)
My taxi driver, a healthy & delicious chef, caring registered nurse, perfect SISTER week was amazing! Thank you, Holly Johnson Connell, for coming across the country from Oregon to catch up and all you did to support my healing. 💗 And we got to see a gorgeous sunset the evening before your return home!
Radiology treatments (what I call my daily zaps) are almost half way complete with a positive, wonderful group! They even let my Mom, Betty Anderson, take pix, lol! Thank you to my daily drivers: Hillie Kupersmith and Carrie Elizabeth Johnson! And Mike Arhangelsky taking me there at any time and making me yummy dinners.