Monthly Archives: April 2018

Week 166 of chemo complete: A shelter from the storm

Friday evening it was raining as I walked the beach. I find that the side effects of chemo make it challenging to handle large crowds or excessive noises. I much prefer quiet time by myself or with a few close … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Week 165 of chemo complete: Never losing hope, always options

Tuesday evening I went for a walk by my house. I thought about my current chemo and the treatment options my Myeloma Specialist had previously discussed with me, should my cancer levels increase. Although I remain optimistic that the Ninlaro … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Week 164 of chemo complete: Tomorrow will be a great day…like today!

I feel happy that I can enjoy the beach on a Sunday morning. Although it was raining when I woke up, it ended before I arrived. I love morning walks on a cloudy day as it helps me think. I’m … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Week 163 of chemo complete: Stable today, but keeping treatment option open

What I love about my quarterly Myeloma (Cancer) Specialist appointments is how they always bring clarity to my monthly blood test results. The Q&A helps me better understand how I’m responding to chemo right now and what it means within … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment