Chemo dripping along

Checked back into the hospital yesterday morning and am back on Station 74, my home away from home away from home through mid-June. Familiar place, now, with many familiar faces, and familiar routines. Interesting, I guess, to feel comfortable in the “cancer ward,” but I am comfortable here, which isn’t the same as wanting to live out my life here.

Took a while for medication orders to get processed, so the chemotherapy proper didn’t begin until the afternoon. As it will take 3 full days, I’ll be finished here Monday evening or maybe Tuesday morning. Then back to Generosity House and out-patient stuff. All “plans” subject to change.

do you recognize these guys?

Marianne from the local Sangha brought a delicious and wholesome Shepard’s pie for my lunch, plus some other tasty extras. Being in the hospital with a serious lymphoma isn’t a barrel of laughs, but there can be plenty of bright moments.

May your day have many bright moments, and relax with the not so bright.

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2 Responses to Chemo dripping along

  1. Alfredo says:

    I’m very happy for you and your friends, I hope you take care very good yourself. We will receive teacher Dhammadipa and I am training a lot enghish to might talk or understand him better. I know you laughting a lot with my mistakes but a like your laugh too. Remenber that I did the looks like chemioterapy from hepatite c for one year, it’is no easy really, but I remember that the moments is the same real fantastic, really the moment is good despiste disease. Thanks for your teachings I remember a lot always

    be good

  2. Bil says:

    I don’t recognize those guyz…and zut so far on my internet search…I will guess that they are memorialized Mayo Founderz…(I DIDN’T try an image match- that I have heard is available on some websites, anybody familiar with those?)…
    Thanks for the teaser Santikaro, more please…

    and hope that you don’t have to observe anymore of this odd suffering stuff, or that it is at least “old hat” now:)

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