Friday, May 22, 2009

Ms Goose And The Family Make The Trek To Water

I just can't get enough of Ms Goose. There is now a great video posted of Mr and Ms Goose as they leave their nest and make the long trek to water. It's worth the watch.

Last night, sleep was once again a challenge ... but thank goodness for the laptop, I just turned it on at 3:00 am and visited my favorite blogs.

Early this morning, I headed off to the Cancer Institute and had my dressing changed on the PICC line. The nurses and reception know me by name. I've been there just about every day for the last two weeks. I've started to write the names of the nurses down so that I can remember them. They are so kind ... I'm thinking it's the least I can do.

Well I'm off to work on my school project due on Monday. Today I run out of steroids and the side effects of the chemo will only get worse after today ... so it's best I get as much done as I can while I still have half a brain.

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Sara Williams said...

Hi Daria,
Lack of sleep is such a pain but thank goodness for blogs, computers and books by torchlight!

You are doing well kid.

xxxx

Audrey said...

You are so good about watching the Goose family - I am afraid that my goose watching is developmentally delayed or attention deficit or some other form of dysfunction.

Yup,the nurses are a good group! Hugs to them!

Armand said...

I've felt that many of the people I've encountered in this cancer mess were the epitome of incompetence... But the nurses have always been some of the most amazing people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting. I wouldn't say I feel LUCKY for meeting them, because, well, I could have done without this uh... life-affirming ... experience, but you know :p

Michelle said...

Shame they can't invent a steroid thingy to take for the whole damned time isn't it.

Have a good day Daria

xxx

SweetAnnee said...

Oh sweetie.. take care of you.

smiles, deena

sweet Geese!!

Alli said...

Daria
I Have watched Mother Goose & her goslings. How cute. Little balls of feathers waddling down the road.

Hope you are feeling better.....
Alli XX

Debby said...

You know, I miss chemo brain. Now when I'm walking around in my little fog, I have no excuse at all. *sigh*

Renee said...

Daria I am glad it worked, let me know when you need more.

xoxoxo

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