|Here is the belt pouch that holds the chemo-pump which I wear for two nights.|
|I decided to get a new haircut!|
|This is one of the scenes I passed on the way to Church last Sunday, January 29|
|Our Youth Group at the Tellico Plaina, TN Church of God Singing|
Yesterday morning, at 7:20a.m., my brother Wil joined me for the trip to Chattanooga Oncology center and stayed with me the during the lab-work, doctor visit and chemo treament. We started chemo at 9:45 and finished at 12:00p.m., at which time a "chemo-pump" was attached which I must wear until Friday. It's un-comfortable to wear - especially while trying to sleep - but not un-bearable.
Everything went smoothly. The doctor was pleased with the results of the blood work and feels we are making good progress.
I so appreciate your praying for me. May the Lord bless you in return. I'm convinced that your prayers are making a difference in the level of side-effects being felt. They have been very minimal to date.