I'd like to read, but mind is too cloudy.
I want to go back to bed, but experiencing a round of the cancer treatment shakes.
I'd like to pray and spend time with Him, but attention span is shot.
Okay, I'm done whining.
I am done complaining.
And no more feeling sorry for myself.
So, what now?!
Well, since I have 32 injections left to go, about ten weeks left out of this phase of treatment, I plan to write a short paragraph - 50 words or less - about something positive from this experience.
Here it goes...
I AM THANKFUL FOR: my little lymph node Marine
I am thankful for one lymph node that held back metastatic melanoma cancer measuring nearly seven centimeters in diameter. So, instead of being diagnosed as a Stage IV cancer patient, I received a Stage III diagnosis. Meaning what? The oncologist and medical team are able to give me a fighting chance.