I have finished my first round of the new chemo regiment and it was pretty tough. I felt really good most of the day on Wednesday but then it hit me like a ton of bricks on Thursday. I slept for most of the day on Thursday and Friday. The nausea wasn't terrible, but was worse than I have experienced in a while. Jenny was out of town for the weekend at a bachelorette party in Savannah and I pretty much just laid around the house all day Saturday and Sunday with our puppy recovering. It will take some time to get used to the new treatment but hopefully they will go a lot smoother in the future. The main difference in the two treatments is the sensitivity to cold. Yesterday was the first time that I was able to eat or drink anything colder than room temperature, but this sure beats the redness on my face that the last treatment gave me.
This week is going to be busy the rest of the week with work and my second appearance on the Scene on 7 show at 10AM this Thursday on Channel 7. I hope that everyone will be able to watch because it is going to be great to be able to sit with Dr. Edenfield and talk about something that is very improtant to me.
I hope that everyone has a great week and don't forget to sign up for the golf tournament, silent auction, and dinner, we could still use some sponsors and silent auction items as well so if you're interested just let me know. It is going to be a ton of fun, I promise.