Friday, June 08, 2007

What a difference a day makes!

Wow... I am feeling soooo much better than yesterday. It usually happens like this.... overnight, I can feel my body change and then the next day I'm pretty much back to normal (not quite, but close). Thank goodness, too, because today was a busy day. I could have imposed on my mother-in-law, but honestly, I think she's had a busy enough 10 days without adding one more on.

Today was a PD day and consisted of bringing Ryan to swimming lessons, a quick shopping expedition for a 6-year old girl, lunch out with the boys and my Dad (thanks for coming to visit Dad, it was great to see you!!), then taking Ryan to the 6-year old's birthday party at a glow-in-the-dark mini golf. And right now, I'm glad to say I'm not totally exhausted - in fact, I'm still feeling quite good!


Anonymous said...

Yeah Annette! You are such a trooper. When I saw you Thursday you appeared exhausted. Sean and I are so glad to read about your good day. Please remember that when you need outside help for the boys (those boys under the age of 9yrs.) don't hesitate to ask. Think of us over the summer as your extended family from the south. That is the south end of Guelph that is) I do enjoy the boys company ever so much. The summer is a lonely time for Sean as he has no one but me to play with or do things with so please call. I would not write this if I did not mean it. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday evening. Mrs. M and Sean.

Anonymous said...

So great to hear you are feeling better with some energy... we are thinking of you and praying for you... Take care... enjoy the sunshine this week... Jen & John

Especially Heather said...

I happened upon your blog today, and wanted to tell you that, from one cancer patient to another, I understand what chemo is like. I am praying for you and will continue to follow you on your journey... (I also have a special needs child, Emma Grace.)