Thank goodness for Zofran because I woke up feeling quite nauseous today. This is when it begins, but at least I have my Zofran/Compazine one-two anti-nausea punch to quell this feeling. I head over to NIH in a bit for my last day this cycle and I'm looking forward to removing this bag from around my waist so I can finally sleep without having to adjust myself all the time. Michael is taking me there and Mike's picking me up and rumor has it that my brother is actually on his way right now, which means he might be on time for a change! He certainly takes after my mom and is usually always late to everything. I lie to both of them about what time I need to be somewhere because I can't be late for my treatments and it's the only chance I have to get there on time. I'm certain he's coming over earlier so he can get some of Jeff's delicious apple pie!
Does anyone have any good books they recommend? I've been tearing through a bunch of books lately, but I want something new and interesting to read. I've read a lot of "chick lit" books and a very good book about leoprosy in Hawaii, but I want something else to read. I am currently reading the book, "Why I Wore Lipstick to my Mastectomy" about a breast cancer survivor and it's very good. I think I'm up for a novel or something now.