Saturday, July 26, 2008

Friday was busy!

Friday was a good day although I became dehydrated and hooked back up to IV fluids. I also broke out with a cold sore( which I new was going to happen) and also a rash that sthey can not explain. The important part is no fever and everything can be handled. I still feel good and my #s are still dropping as planned. The started me on a shot called neupogen to help increase my # s now. The Dr. says it will take a few days but they eventually will go up. Which is really good because I miss snuggling with Ryan and Tim on the coach. Maybe next time we do get to snuggle my legs wont twitch and I won't have to fake being comfortable! HA HA! Have a Great Day!
Love, Kathy

Newsest #s

neutrophil/white blood count/ platelet
7/25 /0.12 / 0.30 / 92
7/26/ 0.03 / 0.11/ 57


madiche said...

You are doing great! You have such a positive attitude that you are making this sound so easy! I'm so inspired by you Kathy! P.S. for different reasons, one day we'll discuss them in detail, I had to wear bandanas... It's a good look ;) Keep up the great work!

madiche said...

I thought it would leave a name.. I'm a first time blogger :)

madiche is Maria Hill

Aunt Punk said...

Hi Kathy,

You are truly an inspiration to all. Your attitude is what is going to get your through this "crap". Of course, you did have a great teacher!!! Seriously, I want you to know that I am praying and thinking of you often. I hope this time goes flying by and you can get on with your life as it is meant to be. You are very lucky to have such a loving and caring family. Take care and keep the faith!!

My love, Aunt Punk

Paul said...

If you doubt you can accomplish something, then you can't accomplish it. You have to have confidence in your ability, and then be tough enough to follow through.

AMPARKER said...

I can't express how proud I am of you Kathy. You are an inspiration to all. You keep up that positive attitude and before you know you will walk out of that hospital a new woman. I think about you everyday.

Take care!
Love, April