Home after 2d chemo

It’s been a few days at home. Following the last chemo, this time is much better! I’m not feeling as nauseous as last time. I have 3 new anti sickness drugs and they seem to work out really well.Edit

The hair of my head has all come off now. Well almost, I still shred enormous amounts of little hairs found in bed/bath/shower, but it’s probably just for this week. Luckily I have a good head for it! It could have been so much worse. But first thing in the morning I’m always up before anyone else and after taking dogs out for their morning wee wees. Afterwards I’m updating myself on the worlds horrible news over the TV. I’m not sure why there are so many bad things reported in the world. Is it purely because of the ease of reporting it with phones working as camera/video/reporter? I’m possibly quite sure bad news is not a good recover plan. I think I should probably avoid watching bad news.

This has taken a full 2 days to write. And today being Saturday of Easter. Normally celebrated with feasts of candy, eating of eggs, and normally the finish of any lent. It’s the first day I feel really poorly after chemo. I had a wonderful 8 hour sleep last night! But rather than feeling the morning buzz I just felt like getting back to bed. The nausea is back with a vengeance. I went down to watch some news and was greeted by my old pal Karl Ude-Martinez presenting polo on segways. He didn’t really sell the concept to me, but it might be another way to play? The falling of a Segway on Tarmac only covered with thin green plastic grass/felt doesn’t really appeal. But with the change of bad news to the cheery world of Segway polo has cheered me up!

Today is a day of visits! Especially warm welcome to Jenny Andersson! A top WGEhorses rider! A family member non the less. I hope energy will return a little so we can go and play horses one of the Jenny days!

A very happy Easter to everyone!

Keep Smiling 🙂 the hornets(Watford) made a fab recovery playing Derby yesterday for a 2-2 draw, and yellow is still a favorite color!

6 thoughts on “Home after 2d chemo

  1. Hi Emelie, All thinking of you and wishing you well very soon. I am so proud that you have a regular focus on the mighty hornet’s progress on your blog! Very exciting times in Hertfordshire. We may have tempted fate by renewing our season tickets for next season already! All our love and prayers with you. Robert

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