Better today

Well, I’ve been told by none too few friends that (a) I’m doing to much and not taking it easy enough and (b) that eating pizza for breakfast is not appropriate for someone my age and/or someone on chemo.  <sigh>  It seemed like a good idea at the time.

I was also reminded that I should not borrow trouble from tomorrow.  That is, just because I was tired and nauseated this week after treatment doesn’t mean I will have the same issues next time.  One person did suggest the possibility of taking anti-nausea medication prophylactically; perhaps I’ll try that next week.

As for my taking it easy: okay, I’ll agree that going into work in addition to my time at the hospital AND taking my friend to get glasses all in the same day might (perhaps, maybe) have been too much.  I took today generally easy, though.  I spent much of the day working at home (putting together promotional material for a local pancreatic cancer fund raising event (about which I will be able to talk next week, I believe).  This evening, I took the boys to karate and ended up teaching one pod of students.  It went okay, but I am a little sore at the moment.

I have to say that I don’t set out to do a lot of stuff during the week or on the weekend; it just seems to work out that way.

As I said, though, today was a good day and tomorrow isn’t here yet.

Merle