Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Good News Monday

Monday, June 29
I like my Monday Chemo days. I get to meet with my doctor and she gives me good news. Monday’s good news was that the IGA spike (that is the peak of the graph of the bad protein in my blood) is no longer a spike, but is flat. That means the Chemo treatment has done what it is supposed to do. (This is treatment 11; 5 to go.) The doctor was very pleased. I am sure it is the result of all the prayers being delivered daily! I’m looking forward to the meeting with Dr.Wolf (July 14) to see what that means for future treatments and prognosis.
George and I are back in Fresno and it’s the hottest week of the summer so far. That means the weather at Huntington Lake is perfect now that we’re gone! I had a good time there and felt productive. I didn’t accomplish as much as I did last year, but considering my physical state, I did pretty well. Our last full day there George and I took a walk and located an eagles’ nest and a prolific crop of wild iris; two awesome discoveries.


Anonymous said...

I'm glad you're back home and that things are looking good! I'm sorry that you came home to the hottest week of the year - doesn't that just about figure???

I have your copy of Finger Lickin' 15 for you! I need to come by the house and give it to you.