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... hosts & good sports with their "sometimes frequent visitor (additional family member); me.:)" Lenny brought me home from the hospital/colonoscopy yesterday in Boston and he is having a lovely NH visit. His timing was good and Mark & I really appreciated his logistical help!
I've done everything that was recommended to kill this cancer and more. I'm in recovery mode! I'm adapting to living with the side effects ...
... amp; German spoken on the tourist trail - especially when you're trying to listen to a commentary or announcement. It's apparently mandatory to speak very loudly in these languages and if two or more people can speak at once, all the better. The Freedom Trail is a walking tour that takes you to all the historic sites you have just seen from the trolley bus tour. You can either be escorted by a costumed guide or purchase a $3 map and do it at your own pace. We chose ...
... of blogs, photos and Facebook. Yes, we had a day of wanting to shoot each other, some yelling, some sulking, and now all happy and settled in Boston at the lovely Lenox Hotel.
NYE here another beautiful sunny day here in Boston, BUT zero degrees and under. We had a few hot drink stops along our walk.. Really old and pretty here. Some interesting and impotent people and events here as ...
... br> The weekend kicked off with a Friday night dinner with the board members. I’m not
going to lie, hearing this made me a tad bit nervous. Thinking, “I am going to meet
these big shots who are going to want me to write up a plan of exactly what I am
doing for the 10 month time frame in Rwanda, ahh!!” To my relief I was receiving
multiple “Congratulations!” or “How excited are you?!” as I was welcomed with open
arms. Everyone ...
... sick yet. But they must expect me to get sick because I have three nausea meds prescribed. My first chemo infusion will be on Monday. It is 4-5 hours, once it starts. I’ll need to be there several hours before it starts too.
The first treatment challenge is whether I’ll tolerate the chemo without a rash or allergy. I saw two very bright physicians last week specifically to address my past medication adverse events. We ...