So excited for de-toxing and, not going back to “normal life”, but adding those things from normal life that I’ve missed and that add joy to it all.
And then I feel tired! LOL
Counting the hours until the chemo leaves the body (48). Don’t ask me exactly what they mean by that, since, of course its still there, but the immediate breath, smell in your body fluids etc is supposed to leave after 48 hours. right now I have six hours left until that first step.
Last week I could work out on Friday and this week I’m too tired. Longing for the gym!
Then it’s supposed to take three weeks until your liver etc has recuperated, until your blood work is ok again.
In my mind I’ve decided it’ll be faster than that since my blood tests have been really good all along.
That’s why i decided to have my celebration party on the 8th instead of the 15th. Wine a week earlier than suggested. Hush, don’t tell anyone!
Cortisone leaving and my face returning to normal two to three days. Yesterday red as a tomato and this time both cheeks swollen and red and my neck and chest, red, red, red. Looking fabulous….NOT!
Today’s plan is a dog walk for a dog shelter. I hope the dogs won’t care.
Best thing is that so far I think I have the energy.
When I complain, people say, you need to rest. I’ve been resting for five months…..I know how to rest in, out and sideways. I don’t want to rest anymore! I want to have my energy back and do whatever i want whenever i want so don’t tell me to rest anymore. I’ve mastered that subject
On a more positive note. I’m happy, excited, full of inner energy so to speak, proud of myself and grateful for the lessons, for my growth and this mind and spirit blowing journey.