I am halfway through my second round of Vectibix. We took some precautions before I started this cycle to try to limit the severity of the rash on my face. Not only does it look bad but it feels like I have a severe sunburn. So far the rash hasn't been too terrible. The real test for this will come next weekend when Steven and I go to Chicago for the Bears game. The last time that I went up there the wind was so bad that it really dried my skin out and made the rash much worse than it normally is. Steven has told me that we might be going to the Bulls game on Saturday night as well. I had a great time the last time that I got to go up there and looking forward to it again.
I have also decided to make a career change. After four and a half great years with Lee & Associates I have decided to make a change to go and work with my brother doing financial planning. I can't say enough nice things about the people at Lee and how great they have been to Jenny and I over the past couple of years. It was a tough decision for me to leave Lee because they have been like a family to me over the past couple of years, but I am excited to get the chance to work along side my brother and the chance to have benefits such as me being the one carrying the health insurance takes a big load off of Jenny finally. I also will have some disability insurance finally which I hope I never need but I know it has been a big source of stress for Jenny over the years. If anyone missed the original story, I was scheduled to have my physical for my disability and life insurances the day after my colonoscopy. Obviously they found the cancer during that colonoscopy so the insurance wasn't happening.
Other than starting my second cycle of Vectibix and changing careers not much has been going on in Jenny and I's life. Things have been pretty calm, and I am not complaining about that. Jenny has been pretty busy at work with PropertyBoss moving into a new building. There were some issues that has made that situation a bit more hectic than it should have been but they seem to be settling in well and the building looks really good. Saturday we went and hung out with my brother, Haley and the kids and had a pretty good time before I started feeling bad and today I was feeling better so Jenny made me clean the deck with her and tomorrow we get to stain it after work. If anyone wants to take my place, feel free.
The Brightlife / iTOR house is continuing to move forward and should be framed out by the middle of next week. I will go by there and take a couple of pictures to post on here so everyone can see the progress that has been made.
I hope that everyone has a great week.