Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Day Two

I figured I better do my post today while I'm feeling crummy so no one gets the idea that I'm sailing through this treatment. I don't want to lose the sympathy vote. I was OK last night until after my walk with Ellen after dinner, then was hit by the chills and aches. Those came on much earlier today, while I was still mainlining the interferon. Every day is an adventure.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, it's begun. We cherish our time with you the other day. Our love and concern goes out to you, Ellen, Allie and Nick, your "front-line." We're back here in the supply regiment, doing what we can from afar. Well, looking foward to journeying with you through this blog. But, don't push it. Take care, Peter. C&S&C&M

Debbie said...

Peter, "Planet Interferon" would never appear on a "top 10 list" of places to visit. Or a list of any kind, actually. A stop there means you'll be able to continue your journey to the rest of your life -- and all the things you have to do, live, love, be, and accomplish. I know you are going to make it! Hang in there.

Anonymous said...

Peter: You make the treatment sound much less debilitating than I've read that it usually is. I hope this is what you really feel.
Keith