Rain, rain ……

Great news – I am up to walking 2 miles per day. Feeling good when doing this – although a nap is required when I am finished. Even though today was rainy, an umbrella was all that was needed to make the walk happen. Tomorrow – a bit more bundling is required as our temperatures begin to dip. Chris was able to get away and coach in Louisville this weekend and my great friend Amy went back to Hilton Head, so I was solo for about 36 hours. Several friends visited – bringing knowledge, food, gifts and love. The love is the best part. Knowledge about trying to save hair follicles was the second best part. We will have a podcast on this. Suffice it to say – saving hair follicles while going through chemo is HARD WORK. Good thing I know: 1. I have a cute bald head 2. Botox does work during chemo 3. Silkpeels are a great way to help skin both on my face and my head look good during chemo. Today I started my scar regimen: TNS Recovery Complex followed by scar recovery. These great products were not around after my last surgery. I have seen many wounds recover with minimal scarring with just these two products. The staples come out at the end of the week and I am looking forward to that. Should be a good week and keep podcast ideas coming. The rain will continue most of the week – but with an umbrella, I will keep the walks up.

Home and Feeling Stronger

I have spent the past few days eating, drinking water, resting and walking. Doesn’t sound like much – but some days it can be exhausting. I am grateful for all the kind words and flowers that were sent. I spent Monday recording new podcasts – and the next one will be out later today. Never one to miss a moment, I wrote down everything that was an advancement in my care since my last stay in  2005.  Pretty Amazing!