I woke up early this morning, poured myself a cup of hot coffee and walked outside on the back porch. What a lovely morning.
The trumpet vine is so heavy with blossoms they are hanging way down over the pergola. The hummingbirds love the sweet nectar and I love watching the hummingbirds.
I am feeling really well since my last chemo treatment. My very last chemo treatment, by the way (forever and ever)!
I still have a bit of neuropathy from the chemo but that will eventually go away. My energy is slowing returning. My appetite is back. I really have no complaints.
Surgery is next, and that is scheduled for August 20. I am very anxious about surgery. Every time I think about it I have to take deep breaths and tell myself everything is going to be fine. I've made it this far and I can surely make it through surgery.
After surgery, then comes six weeks of radiation, every day, Monday thru Friday. I've heard that radiation is not all that bad.
The end is in sight.
I've been spending time in the garden and reading lots of books while my body heals.
Oh, and one more thing. My hair is finally starting to grow back! Yea!
Thank God for small miracles.
And thank you, my dear friends, again, for all your thoughts and prayers.
I know they are helping me. I love you all.