God's blessings, remembered...
Leftover lasagna, tucked in the freezer. I got a huge ginormous pan during chemo, and froze half of it. Yummy dinner tonight and lunch tomorrow!
Beautiful days and cool nights. The a/c finally got turned off yesterday, and it was a beautiful 50's night to sleep with the windows open and air the house out. It was nice to sit outside this afternoon between rad & school pick-up.
A meaty book - "A Thousand Gifts" by Ann Voskamp to keep me company waiting for radiation. I love her writing style, but it does require thought. It's not a fluffy book. And, the piano melody on her website is hauntingly beautiful.
Friends fighting over who gets which radiation day to drive me. I can go by myself, but it's so much more fun with a friend! And I am tired, already.
School routines. The boys are settling in. They both like their teachers. There is a pattern to life again, not random bedtimes and schedules. The calendar is getting full, but pleasantly so.
CD's left on my doorstep. The rad suite has a CD player for entertainment, and my goal is 30 different cd's for 30 days. Despite what I have been told, I can feel the rad zaps - just tingly, but uncomfortably so. I need all the distraction I can get!
Bonfires. It's cool. It's Scouts outside. It was at someone else's house, so I enjoyed it and left it there. I got a whiff of the fire smell just a few times today, and it was wonderful.
Got a minute to read and share some love? Go love on Vicky - Westra's World - on the blogroll. I stumbled onto her blog and fell in love with her writing and her heart long before I had cancer. Say a prayer, for her and others who struggle a lot more than I do. It's not a picnic in my world, but I know my world is still pretty easy in the land of cancer treatment.
Have a good week y'all. 8 pm seems like it's past my bedtime, after 4 alarm clock wake-ups this week. Nine or so more and I can sleep in... only if I skip church again.