Last Wednesday, Robin had her final Chemo treatment. This one has her pretty beaten down still, but at least we know when she starts feeling better, there is no other treatment after to break her down again. There is still the radiation, but everyone tells us it will be a breeze after the chemo.
We started getting back into the house we were working on before all this started, so we will see how that works out. We are finishing up the projects that we were in the middle of, and trying to figure out what the best spots to hit are before we look into selling it.
It's nice to start getting back to our normal life. We aren't there yet, but at least we are on the way.
The time commitment to the radiation treatments will probably be the worst part of it, since it is an hour a day for six weeks. Too bad gas prices still suck so bad, so that part will be pretty rough.
The feeling of walking out of the Chemo Lab for the last time was a pretty good feeling. It felt like a huge weight had been lifted.
If it felt like that to me, I can only imagine how it must have felt for Robin.
In other news, I got my motorcycle permit, and signed up for a safety course. The bike will come at some date to be determined.