I think I'm happy that my chemo schedule has my most painful two days landing on the weekend. Sure, nobody would plan to spend their days off in a chair hurting, but at least it's not cutting into my paycheck! I started the day with my pain meds, Claritin (which is supposed to help with the bone pain but doesn't seem to) and Prevacid. Let's get this party goin'.
Kevin is working a half-day today. Thank goodness for his OT right now. Yesterday, it was $400 shelled out to fix the air conditioner. Who knows what it will be tomorrow, but I'm thankful we were able to get it fixed. As is typical, though, we got it fixed yesterday and do not need it today. I have the windows open and need a lap blanket. LOL It'll be there next week when we're back in the high 80s, though.
Yesterday was the first high school football game here in our little town. The girls are both playing in marching band, and I was hoping to make at least the first half, but couldn't do it. The game hadn't been going very long when one of our players was seriously hurt (ankle, I believe) as reported by Monica via text message. It makes me sick to my stomach and my family is praying for a speedy recovery for him.
I was asleep by the time the girls came home at half-time, and our Tigers were winning 42-0. LOL I haven't heard the final score, but sheesh. Our offense must have been getting tired. The next couple of games are away, I believe, so maybe I'll feel better in time for the next home game. If so, I'll go grab Mom and take her with me. Unless we can lure dad there with false promises of tractors.
I'm out of nonsense to bore you with, now. Carry on with your weekend. If you need me, I won't be hard to find. Check the recliner.