So. I start chemo Wednesday. Get a port put in on Tuesday. The chemo will be once every three weeks for three times and then another PET scan. If it's worse, chemo stops. If the same or better, they'll keep it up as long as I want to.
ive been really busy. A trip to the boat now and then...lunches with friends and going over my "stuff" one last time.
I joined the Illinois Cremation Society yesterday. Prepaid for my cremation and filled out the myriad state required
It was an intense move.
I had made the decision to move my son and myself to Oregon, away from his father, my friends and my brother Bob. To a place I had only visited a few times - what was I thinking?
Well, I was thinking I was sick of LA, and I really wanted my son to get to know MY side of the family. They are, of course, much cooler than his father's side. Especially Uncle Jim.
It's comforting now, 10 years later, to know he agrees
Mom went first. Emphysema. For her, the inhaler was her life line. The miracle tool that allowed her to exhale. Inhaling wasn't a problem, it was the exhale that she couldn't do. It was kinda funny needing the inhaler to exhale - until it wasn't funny anymore.
Dad went next. There was no bottle of pills to save him, rather it was the 'bottle' that killed him. His total addiction to alcohol made his heart just finally give out.
My brother Jim followed
Ling cancer is a terrible cancer. Of all the ones we might contract, lung cancer is pretty close to the worst. Nasty.
i had my scan yesterday. For some reason, the Radiologist's office didn't have me on the books for the 9:30 Friday I knew I had to discuss it. So they called. Well... As long as they called, what's the deal?
The nuse said, uncomfortably, "Well, you have to come in anyway. The doc may not call you back," when I asked that he do so.
I can run like the wind. I am fast fast fast - faster than any of the other dogs at the dog park.
They may be bigger than me, 85 lbs to my mere 17, but I have a very specific low-to-the-ground running style which took me a lifetime to develop. So, I am FAST.
I'm Cody, and I live with my human in a big house with an annoying cat named Maggie.
My human is wonderful, I am so glad I found her. She gives me delicious food and goes with me to the dog park. She doesn't