The Methotrexate 4 hour chemo is in the books, since they started it at 9 last night, there was not much sleep, I was up peeing every 1/2 hour but I'm not complaining because so far everything is going well. I will stay on my bi-carb IV until the levels have lowered enough for me to return home. It was a 2.0 this morning, supposed to be down to .05 so the more I drink along with the IV, the faster they will drop. Bruce and I shared a good breakfast of biscuits of gravy and french toast and I've taken 3 laps in the hall so far. I have to really push and concentrate to walk straight, my goal, perhaps a little ambitious, but to do a mile, 10 more. The catheter is scheduled to come out at 5 tonight but they could change so it all depends on that. I'm tired when I get back to the room but soon ready to go again.
Bruce came to bed with me in the night for awhile and that was nice, it's been awhile since we shared a bed. January has been such a blur, it's eye opening to feel good and know what is going on. No nightmares last night, maybe I've broken that cycle?
Looking forward to Groundhog Day marathon if I'm still here, I love that movie! They only have the one Hallmark and not a lot to choose from otherwise so I get lots of reading in.I do have a shower to look forward to but there is a lot of down time, perhaps a nap also?
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