It's been a week since my first chemo, and I think we're going to just pretend it never happened. And because I woke up Sunday feeling very close to normal, I think pretending it never happened is possible.
Am I the last one to jump on the Serial bandwagon? If you're not listening, go subscribe right now. It's incredibly fascinating. Even Brian, who generally has no time for entertainment, is hooked.
Also. Michael Buble's instagram account is quite entertaining. His band does warm-ups every performance and takes requests via instagram.
I went back to work yesterday, and it felt so good. If I would have known how good it felt to get back in the work force, I would have done it long ago. Actually, probably not because I am fairly certain it is this specific job that works.
This week is a marathon, not a sprint with work days, play practices, lab appointments, Christmas programs (times 2), etc. etc. etc. I am taking it one day at a time and focusing on feeling grateful that I am healthy enough to manage all the busyness.
Speaking of lab appointments, I have an appointment this afternoon at the same time and area where Obama is visiting. Something tells me there is going to be a little more traffic than usual.
Scheduling a photoshoot with me this season pretty much guarantees some form of rain, wind, mud, storms and Saturday was no exception. Thankfully, we were able to pull out this family shot of dear friends.