So... what's new?
ONE chemo treatment left! ONE! ONE! Did you catch that? That's ONE! I think I mentioned that I had a week off. It was a great week. I dare say that I felt almost normal. What is normal? Whatever it is, I was almost there!
I walked the Susan G Komen Grand Rapids on Saturday with a couple of other people. Just a couple! (Like 6000). I would love to be able to run it next year, it's a good goal!
On Sunday I went to Allegan. I know, it sounds exciting. But, we went to the Allegan Antique Market. The biggest garage sale I've ever seen. You know I love garage sales (sarcasm intended). This wasn't all that bad though. I actually got a few great finds (Someday I'll show them off, but please don't hold your breath). I look forward to going back next year!
Then on Tuesday I had cancer again. Meaning I had to go have chemo. I really have felt pretty decent throughout this whole chemo thing that sometimes I feel like I only have cancer on Tuesdays. Ugh. I was quickly reminded what I felt like prior to a week off. Super dee duper tired (yup, super dee duper... I said it again). By wednesday afternoon I was slightly nauseous. Not real hungry (not complaining about that side effect at all). Just no energy to do ANYTHING. Although I did go for a fast, 3 mile walk on wednesday morning while E was in school, which could explain the lack of energy I suppose. I was in bed around 7:30 Thursday night, and it felt good.
The good news. Only one more week! ONE!
Yup. Lot's of it. Landon's team is 2-1, Matt's is the same (I think). Wednesday night games make doing church stuff very difficult. Very. Three games left though and then we get a break!
Ummmm, yeah. So that's it for now. I am hoping to come back with pictures of E's birthday party and Team Bell-ieve this weekend.