Steve is spending 10 hours at the Huntsman Hospital today. Our daughter took us there at 8:30 for a blood draw and a meeting with the oncologist. She ordered a blood transfusion, which he will receive after chemotherapy today. He’s still pretty anemic due to losing a lot of blood from his bladder surgical site. His first day of chemotherapy started around 11:00. I bailed out at 12:30 and took the train home. Honestly I feel sad leaving him alone but I don’t feel well enough to sit for 10 hours. Our kids hooked Steve’s iPad up with Netflix, HBO Go, and Xfinity so he has tons of movies and TV shows to watch. He brought a stack of books, and he can do some Pest Control paperwork. So he’s got plenty to do. Our grandson’s girlfriend will pick him up and bring him home because she attends college nearby.
I am plagued with nausea and fatigue and can’t figure it out. My best guess is that it’s related to my eye. The pulsing is not getting better, and that may cause nausea and fatigue. Not sure but will find out next month when I revisit the eye socket surgeon. Steve says to look at the symptoms as a sign that something is changing in my eye, and let’s call it healing. So the symptoms may be a good sign. Yeah, that’s what I’m going with.