Getting ready for Chemo #3

I think I’ve now caught up with all the past posts and emails, and can start really blogging in real time!

Getting back to work last week wearing a wig for the first time was far more emotional than I ever imagined it would be. Everyone at my office were so amazing, and supportive, that it was ok to be a little teary….ok, I was a lot teary 😦
but I got through it. As the week went on, I was becoming more comfortable with the new me. Even starting to smile again 🙂

To be honest, I do prefer just to wear a head scarf, but that’s not always possible. I know, you’re probably saying…do what’s right for me, well..sometimes, that’s not always possible, but that’s ok.

We had a team meeting on Sat, for our amazing team for Trade Secrets and Weekend to End Woman’s Cancers. It was so good to see so many of my friends, and get the most wonderful hugs. I really am so blessed to have them in my life. Not sure how I would be getting though some of this without them. You all know who you are….big hugs

Now..I’m getting ready for round #3. This is my last of the FEC, and hopefully it will go as well as the last 2. I’ve been so lucky so far, and I hope that continues.


4 thoughts on “Getting ready for Chemo #3

  1. Pauline J. Postill says:

    good luck my friend and thanks for keeping us update.. we love you and were all behind you!

  2. deneen says:

    Hey Randy!!! You are doing what ever is right for you and for the situation! My friend Helayne scrapbooked the story of her wig after she was all through her treatments and done with Wiggy … it was very cool – she too didn’t always wear it – she too prefered a scraf or wrap (Wiggy hot and itchy!) … anway, take it easy babe!! xoxoxoxoxxod

  3. Denise Sammut says:

    Randy thank you for publishing your thoughts and I told you before not everyone is at ease expressing their thoughts and emotions on this journey you must face. I personally appreciate you letting us in……it helps to understand!

  4. Tiff says:

    I am so happy to read about how you are. Thank you for being so honest and open about your journey. The more we talk about Cancer the less power it has over us. I say screw cancer and have as much fun doing it as you possibly can!

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