This is Marty and I am taking orders as usual. J Taking dictation.
Since I came home from the hospital a week ago I just got weaker and weaker. Noodle legs kept me from walking and my recliner became my best friend. It’s a good thing it is electric so I could get in and out of it. Marty had fun giving me a ride to each room of our apartment in the wheelchair.
Thanks to my friends Janet, Kirsten, Lourdes, Sue and Vallery for coming to sit with me while Marty could do some of his work. I also had our Elders from church, Lonnie and Roy bring communion and a visit from my minister Russ.
This past Saturday my blood pressure was 70 over 60 and I was too light headed to do anything so it was back to the ER in the early afternoon. They started hydrating me and giving me antibiotics. Got moved to my new suite at the hospital later in the day. From the CT scan the week before my Oncologist confirmed this damn cancer had spread to my liver. It’s been a week of crying, bitching and trying to be brave. It’s easier to be positive because I am using less energy.
Even though I am weak I am stronger than when I came in and can walk short distances. I am getting better each day and hoping to go home soon. Every day they come up with a new test that I have never heard of. I am getting tired of being probed, prodded, poked, stuck and bled. I know all of this helps in my treatment but it can be annoying.
My brother Henry and his wife Ann flew here from Kentucky Monday to be with us for Thanksgiving. We may have turkey day in the hospital. They have been great support to both of us.
Marty and I have to make a lot of major decisions in the time I have left and I am asking my prayer warriors to continue praying that Marty and I can get through this new time in our life together.