Good evening, dear reader. I’ve re-written this blog entry several times now, and none of them flowed for me. Maybe I’m distracted by the hockey game (Flames vs Wild) but I just can’t seem to get inspired. However, I will try to give a readable update.
Dianne has had her 2nd chemo treatment, and is now trying to recover from the effects of it. It has not been completely horrible, but it has not been completely brilliant either. The ‘feeling sick’ part of it hit fairly soon after the administration of the drugs, but it was manageable. By late Friday night, she was feeling pretty miserable, but did manage to finally fall asleep.
Saturday morning started pretty good. But it didn’t last long. Once Dianne started the steroid treatment (2 pills per day for 3 days), the day started to go downhill. For the rest of the day, it was a really up and down battle. For brief periods of time, she would feel not bad, but then would sink back down and feel like crap again.
That was pretty much the day. Up. Down. Up. Down. Down. Down. Up. Down. You get the picture. Right now, she is resting seemingly comfortable. Hopefully she can get a good sleep tonight.
On Sunday, Dianne and the kids will go to Barrhead and spend spring break with her parents. This will be a good distraction for the kids, as well as Dianne. She should have a fair bit of time to rest there.
And that, dear reader, is all I have for now. As I said, I’m simply not feeling inspired. It’s probably pretty obvious by the clinical type of update. And by clinical, I mean boring. Oh well, better luck next time.