Today while waiting to see Dr. Q a mother with her 3 children dressed in Halloween costumes handed out crafty pumpkin decorations and little sacks of candy to all the patients sitting in the waiting room. This was such a kind gesture and a great way for a mom to teach her children about service. I told my mom that we need to do more service as a family.
I take a zofran every morning for nausea, which seems to keep it at bay throughout the day. I don't have much of an appetite and nothing sounds good, not even sugar; well most of the time anyway. I'll take the 2 pound weight loss I had this week.
I'm tired all the time. I often find myself laying on the couch with my eyes closed. I'm not necessarily sleepy, just tired. I don't have a lot of energy, but I have gone on a few walks this week to enjoy the beautiful fall leaves.
I'm so tired of this routine of having radiation every day (which only takes less than 10 minutes). It's only been a week, I know and I'm complaining. Only 4 weeks and 2 days left. I'm glad to have a few things to look forward to in the coming month; a few trips to see Tristen (I needed a few more flights to get my A-list prefered status), a trip back to Phoenix to work a few days, the holidays and the big 40th birthday.
Enough of Debby Downer. Now the Good News:
Last weeks BSU/BYU game was crazy amazing and BSU is still one of the only few teams in the nation that is undefeated. Hopefully they can keep it up this week against Wyoming.
We had a very fun evening of frosting donuts last week. I will admit, this is the perfect time of year to be sick so that I can enjoy all that Fall and the Holiday season have to offer.