Taking It Slow


David awoke feeling much better this morning than last night. I gave him his Zofran about a half an hour before he needed to wake up, so by the time he got up, it had taken effect. He didn’t have a headache, and the body aches were better than the night before. He ate a quesadilla (very plain) and drank an “EmergenC” drink. He didn’t get up until about 11 am, so by the time he had eaten and showered, it was time to go meet the home bound teacher at his dad’s house.

His aches have him uncomfortable when he walks, so he is taking it pretty easy right now. He’s a big fan of the Carol Burnett show, so I guess this is his Tim Conway impersonation.

Classic Tim Conway

We are hopeful that these aches will ease more each day, but take these side effects as a sign that the chemo is working in his body.

John 16:33 – “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

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