Gone home

You can tell when someone goes home from a situation like this, no more updates! I’ve been wanting to write an update, but honestly, there’s a lot of living out there to do. A 14 mile bicycle ride on a wonderful wooded trail, a 1000′ gain hike in the C…

Cat Scan Wednesday

It appears as if next week will be the beginning of my “home alone” experience in this phase of my treatment. Kirk can come Thursday, but he will leave and take Jacob with him on Sunday. That means I’ll be here taking care of things on my own Mondays…

Day 33: Missing Kirk Again

The two units of blood I received Friday must have worked because today I do feel more like myself. I’m on the last hour of my home infusion of Magnesium…usually the hardest part. Toward the last hour of the infusion the Magnesium makes me feel hot…

Two More Units Friday

Since I felt well enough to travel a little bit, we all took a trip to Tomball to see my aunt Daphne today. She’s living in an assisted living complex there, but may have to move because of a recent incident. She’s taking hydrocodone for pain, and I …

A Cat and a Spool of Thread

Kirk arrived in Houston as planned despite our cat who managed to get himself into a (literal) bind by swallowing almost half a spool of thread. Thankfully, Kirk got him to the vet in time. The cat did end up having to be knocked out while the vet tr…

Overcast Day

It looks so overcast outside that I wonder if Houston has any chance of being able to see fireworks on the 4th in two days. It’s been like this for a day or two, so there’s always that chance it’ll burn off.I heard from my former sister-in-law, Lynn, …