Much has been going on in the last week, which I will write about soon, but in the meantime here is a source of info for anyone else has had to give up their hair to chemotherapy. I am expecting this might be me in 2 to 3 weeks. It even taught me a few […]
I am at NY Oncology Hematology getting my first dose of my first cycle of my second chemotherapy regimen: Gemzar (gemcitabine) and carboplatin. I like to sit in an out-of-the-way corner because it’s quieter–no chair neighbors watching TV. It’s the same chemo schedule as before–Day 1 and Day 8 of a 21-day cycle–but very different […]
My friend Lisa is helping me to set up e-mail notifications so that when I add a blog entry, anyone who likes can get notified of it by e-mail. It’s not quite working yet but…close! Stand by for future exciting technological announcements.
(Part three of four musings on vanity’s role in my life.) I have always enjoyed being a person who is useful, who gets things done, who follows through on details, who is handy, who helps others more than needs help herself. I can still be that person in some realms, but not others. I am riding […]
I’m currently on a bit of a ‘chemo holiday” to see if that helps with my various pain symptoms and the neuropathy. I got numb fingers two weeks ago, which led to me calling off the Eribulin last week and the oncologist’s suggestion of a “holiday” to give my body some off time and see if […]