And who on earth keeps driving through our neighborhood at all different hours with no muffler on the car?!
I am happy to say that this past week was much better, even though it was a chemo week and I spent 46 hours attached to a pump . . .
. . . The side effects of chemotherapy are never the same for two people. For me, on my current cocktail of drugs, it causes constant sweating the first few hours. And it I am not sweating the liquids out, I am using the bathroom. On top of that, my nose and eyes run. It's like I am being squeezed through a juicer! Luckily if I keep drinking water the effects of the effects are minimal, except extreme eye irritation. Anyone who has seen me lately probably thinks I am stoned, or have been crying, or both. But I've been thinking, there are way worse things I have been through. There is way worse others have been through.
In other words, I am extremely thankful to be feeling this good lately!! If I didn't fall asleep every time I sat or laid down, I might actually feel normal!
So, to keep my mind off the craziness . . . and the chemotherapy . . . and the cancer . . . I have been doodling:
|The one with the croc and gator is for Brycen, as this is a favorite new saying.|
|Work in progress.|
We had a couple really nice days to bring March in as a lamb, not a lion this year:
|Picnic on a park bench!! It's almost that time of year again.|
This day was NOT warm. It was a chilly, windy dry day. When Brycen removed his hat inside Ikea it looked like he had taken scissors and hacked his hair:
|It was hard to not laugh as he talked to us, his hair was too much!|
|Making tickets for a train ride. I just love him in a hat.|
|Writing a thank you note (someone gave him a tub of legos after we attended Lego KidsFest). It might look like complete rubbish, but his one to one word correspondence is on point.|
What have you been up to lately? What are you looking forward to?