Yesterday I did not feel well most of the day, 12th day post treatment. The recovery period has gotten longer with each chemotherapy session and the depth of my fatigue has grown with each treatment as well. I am glad that I get an additional week of recovery prior to my final chemotherapy infusion on June 7. I need it.
But later in the day, I felt better. The pool temperature was 78 and I wanted to vacuum the final last portion of dead algae from the bottom of the pool. So I did. I even got in the water, and by 5 pm, the temperature had increased to 79. And I swam from one end to the other. A remarkable change from Wednesday when I got winded just trying to trim the weeds around one of the flower beds. Better each day. I am blessed.
Judy's straw hat and Hideaway apron hang on the stair post. Each day we are moving closer to having company and saying good-by to Covid and Cancer. I am more than ready for visitors. Tourist season is year-round, every day, in Nashville. The Hartleroads and the Hideaway are nearly ready.