French Word of the Day: cinq (sank)- five (I realize I’ve written it in Spanish everywhere else.)
Well folks, we’ve reached numero cinco. My veins weren’t cooperating, so I got stuck twice.
You can kind of see the bruise in this photo:
I was trying to get a decent photo for the blog while sitting by myself. I tried to only take pictures when no one was looking, which turned out to be difficult in a room full of people. I’m sure it’s not everyday the nurses get to see a patient taking selfies while receiving an IV.
This chemo was the least fun. (To be fair, no chemo session is “fun.” They’re rated on a scale from “blah” to “Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.”) I passed out on the coach when I got home. My mom- being the fabulous woman she is- did my laundry while I was sleeping.
This morning, I woke up several times to get sick. I decided my fellow commuters might not appreciate me throwing up on them, and stayed home from work.
5,000 saltines later, I’m feeling better.
Only one more to session to go!
3 thoughts on “Cinco de Chemo”
You do have a fabulous mom! And so do I! I’m glad your feeling better.
Eyes on the prize! (For me, dry white toast works, too.)
ONE MORE CHEMO…..you are almost finished. You are truly amazing Meg.