Tuesday was my looooong day. Drove a little over an hour to radiation, drove about 1-1/2 hours for my Herceptin infusion, and then drove 1-1/2 hours home. I only have to do that one more time during radiation. I think I may try and talk my MO into letting me skip one of my Herceptin infusions, and make it up on the back end.
This week I've had a bit of an RA flare up. Also had flu like symptoms, but I know I don't have the flu. Not sure if it's radiation related or not. I'm feeling better today though, and I'm looking forward to my girl coming home to celebrate the ninth anniversary of my 42nd birthday! She's flying in on Thursday, March 27th and staying through the weekend.
Hunter started T-ball last week and we've been going to his games. He is such a good little ball player, and always has his head into the game. Here are a few pictures from last week. He got the game ball this particular game. He is six years old, an awesome player and the cutest kid out there. No, I'm not prejudiced :) Just ask his Mom and Grandma - they'll tell you.
|Waiting for his turn at bat.|
|Getting ready to swing.|
|Was given the game ball - he had some great hits!|
That's all for now. Thanks for checking on me.