She has handled the treatment remarkably well, with not too many of the horrible side-effects. I know its early days still, and things could become more difficult, but we will deal with that one day at a time!
I find my days are consumed with work, meds, feeding, cleaning ... on the go with not much time for anything else. I have looked forward to this week-end. I have enjoyed just being at home and not having to think about going anywhere, not even to the shops! Stacey has gone to the Durban July and called just now to say that the hospitality tent they're in is awsome, with the most amazing food and atmosphere. I'm glad she got to go! Our home has turned upside down, and she needs some time-out! P has gone to friends to watch his beloved Sharks play in a rugby match,the sky has clouded over and it's looking pretty dull outside! Looking forward to a steaming bowl of tomato soup for supper!
A couple of weeks ago, P and I went on a little outing with some friends! We gathered a group together and went for a trip on the new Gautrain! The first of its kind in SA and what a super experience. I do hope they continue to build on it and get the public transport system going. We found that the security was good, it was well organised and we got to Rhodesfield Station (close to the airport) in 12 minutes - hello! That's a good saving of 45 minutes at least! We ended the afternoon with a quick bite to eat before heading on home!
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