Since we pretty much follow the same routine every time we go to MD, I will not bore you with the details. Monday the 6th she showed up the for blood test, went to see the oncologist, checked in at the chemo suite, went to get port accessed, took the chemo and then we went home. Doesn’t look like an eight hour days, does it? The only difference this time was our friend Amber came down and sat with Felicia while I went to see Doogie (I have got to quit calling him that, one of these days he might read this!).
Nothing going on except he wanted to check my cholesterol levels. He noted that I had lost five pounds and asked me what I was doing to lose it, I told him it was supernatural. I don’t change my eating habits, I just go in there expecting a miracle! HA!
Good news for our family though, Felicia only has three more chemo treatments. Praise the Lord! She is halfway way through and for the most part all has gone well. She is feeling pretty good today, just tired. So she works for a while and takes a nap, then she works for a while and takes a nap. Pretty much her day for the last two. Generally the side effects don’t hit until end of the first week/start of the second week. So by Friday or Saturday the chemo should knock her down a little. I pray that it doesn’t but, God is in control and has a plan.
Her Dad re-shaved her head yesterday morning, so her fuzz is really close to the skin. One thing about her being bald is that we are saving a lot of money on shampoo and other hair care products. She also said that it doesn’t take near as long to get ready! Who knew there would be benefits to this! HA!
I was told to expect some grumpiness, well actually I was told to expect meanness. I haven’t seen anything like that, but if she wanted to….I understand. Through all of this, my bride has shown her grace, faith and style. She has been a real blessing to me!
Know that the Lord has set apart his faithful servant for himself, the Lord hears when I call to him. Tremble and do not sin; when you are on your beds, search your hearts and be silent.