Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Morning CT Scan

For the last four days or so I have taken one to two one-mile walks per day. It is such a wonderful feeling and we live in absolutely beautiful country. To walk with one another means so much to both of us. We went for walks evening after evening shortly after we moved out here. Quiet roads, farms & wetlands, beautiful trees and skies. It provides so much for us. And this week is the first week we've been able to walk together since the last walk we had together - on May 11, 2007 - the day before the benefit. Our walk is the big event of our day and we look forward to it each time. It's great to have it back.

Thursday August 7th, I will have a morning CT scan and then blood tests and an afternoon meeting with Dr. Allerton (my chemotherapy doctor). Fortunately, my meeting with Dr. Alleton will not include reconnecting my chemo port. Man, I feel nauseous just thinking about starting chemotherapy again. No reason to mention anymore about that right now.

My big concern is my CT scan and if I have an infection that an oral antibiotic can't treat. Like I said - I hope to find out on Thursday afternoon because if I need to be re-admitted, I'd prefer to do right then and there - not after I've already driven home.

1 comment:

  1. Bert,

    I am hoping that you were not admitted yesterday... but if you were, I hope it is going well.

    Thinking of you.

    Maria Brown