Today is my last chemo treatment. This morning the girl came in my room with tears in her eyes. When I asked her what was wrong, she said, “I don’t want you to grow your hair back. It’ll look weird.” It doesn’t seem that long ago that she was crying because she was afraid of how I would look bald. Can’t please this kid for anything. At least when it grows back, it’ll be a more gradual change. Than shaving it all off was. In any case, she’ll get over it.
I just had my LP with Methotrexate, so I’m spending lots of time on my back today, once again trying to avoid that spinal headache. Last time it worked. It may seem a bit boring but I’ll be accompanied by my bestie, Sia, so we will be laughing our asses off. Plus, Hubs is bringing the Girl by after camp.
I’ll post pictures, and maybe some deep thoughts on this whole process, later. For now, I’m just going to chill.
Original Comments from the CaringBridge Blog:
Congrats on your last chemo treatment! May each day get better than the last!
â€”Jeanne’ Aken, July 27, 2015
Hooray for the last treatment! Woo hoo! Clap clap clap
â€”Lauri Harvey Keagle, July 27, 2015
CONGRATULATIONS! You have been a real trooper through all of this! Don’t ever lose your spunk!!!!!
â€”kay matton, July 27, 2015
So happy that this is your round!!! Celebration soon!
â€”Janet Stich, July 27, 2015
Last day! So thrilled for you. xo
â€”Holly Ruck, July 27, 2015
Yes stay bald. It’s much less maintenance
â€”Brian Kirshenbaum, July 27, 2015
or you could just stay bald! You have a good head shape. 😉
â€”Mary Schumann, July 27, 2015
YAY! Last chemo!!
â€”Amy Kingan, July 27, 2015
YES, You Chill Deb–You sure have earned it!! As Always, I am amazed at You! Go forth and Conquer!! Hugs,
â€”jo Wilken, July 27, 2015