It’s still 95 degrees outside, but I’ve got Christmas on the brain, eager for the cold temps, hot cocoa and boots! We only
As far as chemo treatment goes, the first one has gone as expected, I suppose. Seth slept through the first half of the infusion and actually seemed to feel pretty decent afterward because of the steroids and anti-nausea they infuse at the same time. That lasted until Friday evening and then the chemo ick all seemed to crash into him at once. It was terrible. He was in so much pain and everything on him hurt. I’m not sure what to do for him when things get that bad. I just have to sit by and watch and let him yell at me for looking at him too much. Poor guy. It’s horrid for me to see, I can’t imagine having to be trapped inside a body riddled with so much pain.