Monday, April 27, 2009

Oncologist Visit

This morning I had my blood work and visited with my oncologist. Everything looks good to go for chemo tomorrow.

I have to stop at the pharmacy for my meds and that should do it. Last night was my last good sleep for awhile ... I even had an afternoon nap today. Starting tonight, I start the steroids and sleep goes out the window for a while.

My husband just mentioned it is snowing here. Sheesh!

I don't have much more to report ... I've been 'nesting' as they say.

Sure hope that swine flu gets contained soon.

Is it going to turn into a pandemic? What do you think?

10 comments:

Michelle said...

I just hope it stays the hell away from my family!

Good luck with the chemo, those steroids gave my mum her first burst of energy in months,she loves them :)

Renee said...

Daria good luck tomorrow. I know it is a hard thing to face and that is what makes us brave, because we face it anyway.

It snowed here Saturday morning.

Love Renee xoxo

Audrey said...

Good luck tomorrow - you will be a rock star! Will be thinking about you!

SNOW! YES! No kidding Sheesh! I'm moving back to Vancouver!!!
xoxoxo

Renee said...

Daria,

Holly asked that I forward you this message. She wrote it as a comment on my blog "Hope".

Renee - I see you follow Living with Cancer....I tried to add a comment but kept getting kicked off. Maybe you can reach her....She is having trouble with protecting her PICC line. Please tell her that she can get an incredibly helpful little thingamajiggy called a cast protector at any drug store...It is a blue plastic sleeve with drawstrings at both ends designed to protect a cast from getting wet. I used mine every day when I showered and never had a problem with getting the PICC line wet.......thanks, Holly (http://matildamutterings.blogspot.com/)

Miss Melanoma said...

Don't you hate steroids? Omg, I feel you. They are the bane of my existence. Those and the TPS reports at work. :) You're going to do awesome, though. You are totally a contender.

Take care, and don't worry too much about the swine flu!

-MM

nollyposh said...

~Peaches and cream, peaches and cream~ (That's what my Aunty used to sms me every time i had chemo) xox

Tracey said...

Good Luck with the chemo and try to stay warm.. no snowball fights!

xx

Roxanne said...

Looks like we're having chemo together today. Good luck to you!!

Sara Williams said...

I hope this bird flu gets under control, there have been two cases in Scotland. Just rest up Daria and take care of yourself. I go for my 3rd round of chemo on Thursday and am dreading it because my veins are still so sore xx

Denise said...

Keeping you in my thoughts..... HIS eyes are turned toward you all the days........ HE is faithful and we trust HIM with our lives......

I will speak your name in prayer....

The Father God needs to send us a cure for this demon........

Hugs