Last week, after my Saturday trip to the ER, I prayed that I can string together more than 2 "good days". I thought if I can get past the roadblock of feeling good for only 2 days in a row, then I can gain some momentum on getting the physical and mental strength I need to handle chemo every week.
Well guess what? Prayer Answered!!! I've had FOUR good days in a row, and today would make FIVE. How stinkin' lucky am I that I received immediate answer!!
I ate TWO helpings of delish Chicken Tetrazzini yesterday. Delish to my off-kilter taste buds and calorie-heavy to add much needed meat to my bones. The yummy food was made by Margaret Nettleton.
I ate TWO pieces of rye toast for breakfast this morning.
Lee took me for a walk last night. I made it from our house to the end of the block and back! Woo-Hoo! I so look forward to getting out on my own and taking longer walks. Getting cabin fever.
Lee's Mom and Dad are coming in from California this Thursday. His sister Desi will come in from Stoughton, WI. They will attend York High School's "Wizard of Oz" production. Colleen is one of 3 Crows, that will sing a number that segues into the Scarecrow scene we all know from the movie. She's also in various songs as the people in OZ/Emerald City. I'm bummed I can't attend, but crowded places/germ-filled venues aren't on my list of OKs.
The Luckey's will also get to see one of Michaela's softball games. The season thus far has been one rain-out after another, and it looks like more rain this weekend. But hopefully she can show Grandma and Papa Luckey her awesome fielding!
Round 3 of chemo tomorrow. Katie ordered the baked goods for me to bring to the Chemo Clerks in my campaign to reverse my "trouble maker" label.
My prayer for tomorrow: handle the chemo and to have minimum side affects so I can continue to have "good days".