I was just going to do my homecoming blog when I discovered I never published the one I did yesterday! Don't know what's up with that but we are home. It seemed like an interminable wait at the hospital, they were so disorganized, especially the pharmacist! Trying to sort out what meds to continue, what not to, what is new, etc. But finally we were in the car and I was out of there, into the fresh, brisk air and sunshine, that would make anyone feel better. We stopped in Onawa at Bomgaars, we can't seem to go to town without going there, and the store for a few groceries. I was exhausted by the time we got home but first thing was sort out all the meds and fill my pill box, never would I have thought I'd take so many pills.
It was an early night for both of us and it was wonderful to sleep in my bed again, with Zoe pressed up against me, I felt very refreshed when Bruce came downstairs. I have a pot roast in the crock pot for dinner and feel stronger, no pain in my legs at all, hopefully that means that the chemo pill is working on the nerves endings like Dr. Lunning hoped.
It's cold and cloudy out there today, Bruce is off to do chores, the animals wait for no one. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the love and support.