Felt good to just go, get plugged in, spend some time with my fav nurse Manny at PMCC, and then leave 🙂
You meet all kinds of people while in Chemo Daycare, and you realize that cancer really plays no favourites at all. I was in an area where there were 6 of us. One gentleman was from Italy, and clearly had not lacked from anything in his life, one man thought he was really funny with his loud comments (he wasn’t) , one young woman was there for her first chemo, and another woman a little older than me, half way through. You kind of become all one big group sharing your life for the time you’re there.
I got up to leave, and it was like saying good bye to a group of friends 🙂 They all said…”so soon”…I had to laugh!
After the Herceptin, I went to the One of a Kind show with Nava. All we did was eat and buy some serving pieces. It’s what we do. It was nice to have a day for me.
In January, I get a new Oncologist, Dr. Warr. When I was at PMCC for my Herceptin, I saw him. He had a kind face, so that made me smile. So I’m hoping that a new Oncologist and a new year, are a great new start to 2014. There was nothing wrong with my old Oncologist, she just split her time between 2 types of cancers, as did Dr. Warr, so now she has chosen to specialize in the other kind, and Dr. Warr is specializing in breast cancer. So I’m guessing that’s a good thing.
Jeffrey is on the mend. Needless to say, he’s tired, but he’s taking it all a day a time.
It was great to have my Mom here for a few days, and get caught up!!
I hope you’re all having an awesome weekend!!