After dinner (mmmm…. Tong’s Mongolian beef), I went for a few laps around the hall. It’s the price I had to pay to avoid a heparin shot in my belly (heparin prevents blood clots). Little did I know how steep that price wouldÂ be. I’ll just say this: there are some people who really should close their hospital room doors, or at least pull down their hospital gowns.
All of your comments are cracking me up. I just had a great idea! When I publish this blog as a book, I’m totally including comments as footnotes (with author permission, of course).
Amber – unfortunately, sushi is verboten until I’m done with chemo. Too much of a risk of foodborne illness. 🙁
Brenda – feel free to bring me a ham Loretta with hash browns. I think I’m going to stop there for lunch after my next acupuncture appt (I see a guy in Wilmette).
Good news – my blood cultures are still negative; I’ve had no fever; and best of all, my counts are up! Hoping to get sprung today. I’m just waiting to hear from/see my oncologist.
Finally – how odd looking is that toothbrush that they provide here? It’s hard to tell from the photo, but the bristle part is really long!
Original Comments from the CaringBridge Blog:
Your writing is terrific. After you publish your blog, who knows. I could say I knew her when (and that when goes way back)
â€”Loretta Annex, May 13, 2015
Standard hospital toothbrush. I have an entire collection
â€”Adrienne Meyer, May 13, 2015