Thought you'd like to know.
Seriously. The doctor on Tuesday said I looked like a whole different person! I'll take it. I have never been a fan of having to take a lot of meds, but this is really helping.
I made a new friend at the cancer center during my infusion.
Her name is Lily and she's a therapy dog. She was a true sweetheart! She just laid her head in my lap for a long time and let me pet her. She also got a big kick out of sniffing around in Keith's beard. Everyone loves Keith's beard.
I think I'm pretty much past the point of emotional distress during my infusions, but spending time with her left me with a huge smile. In all the time I've been going there, this was the first time I was there with a therapy animal. It was way cool and I loved it. I hope to see Lily or one of her friends again soon.
There was a parade of helping hands through the cancer center on Tuesday, in fact. None of which I have ever seen there before. Over the past couple of years, I've seen the chaplain come through a couple of times, but that's about it.
On Tuesday, we had Lily, followed by a wandering violinist, followed by the massage therapist (who had a cancellation, so she came to the clinic to see if anyone wanted a quick massage). I kept hoping the arts and crafts lady would be next. I haven't made any macaroni art in ages, and I totally rock at macaroni art!