I was only in Omaha for three days but it seemed a lot longer despite the company and a constant parade of medical personal in and out of my room. But I can't overstate the excellent care, we are very lucky to be at the Ne. Med Center. Sue stayed over Thursday night with her sister and took me home Friday to their house in Sioux City where Bruce picked me up at 8 PM. We both so appreciated that because he was free to continue harvesting. The weather is not being cooperative, mornings are damp and foggy so until it clears out, they can't go.
I had to sit with Mollie for several minutes while she cried out her happiness that I really came did come back, leave it to a dog to celebrate a homecoming. Zoe was nuts, racing around the house and finally cornering 2 small mice in the upstairs bathroom that Bruce dispatched, before crawling in bed with me. Clyde was pretty low key but he produced a dead mouse this morning downstairs for Bruce to find and congratulate him. You gotta love fall in an old house.
I slept so good, there is nothing like your own bed cuddled up by my loving hubby. We had to run for parts this morning and calf vaccine for a sickly bovine, now just waiting for a meatloaf to cook for dinner. Food doesn't taste that good but I have to try and Bruce still needs to eat.
I thought I'd show off the t-shirt that Rosanne bought me for Halloween, I had to read it a couple of times before I burst out laughing. I'm also debuting my hair re-growth because it won't be here long after the massive doses of chemo.
Hair today, gone tomorrow.
But I still love all my chemo caps from Alex, they keep this noggin toasty warm, especially at night. Everyone else loves them, she could have a cottage industry there.