With that title, who needs to type anything down here? LOL That pretty much says it all.
I had my final chemo today. Kevin took a half-day off to come sit with me. When I was done, I got to ring the bell. They have a bell that you ring loudly when you are done. I did that, smiling all the while, and then I got a certificate that all the nurses signed with a personal message. It was SO sweet. They said such nice things. I am happy that it's done. Now to get through a week of side effects (if the Dr. was correct, they won't be bad this time, though,) and I can feel normal for a few weeks before radiation starts.
Also, Kevin ran into the UPS guy at the post office this afternoon. I had been tracking my laptop screen and knew he had it, so Kevin offered to save him a trip to our house. Yup. Saved him 3 whole blocks! LOL I got the screen replaced and am SO happy to be typing on a real keyboard again. And now, a shameless plug:
If you ever break your laptop screen or need to replace it for any reason, I'd suggest screensurgeons.com. I ordered late on Friday evening and the screen arrived today. (Keep in mind that we live in the boonies.) They have videos on YouTube, showing step by step instructions for replacing it. When it got here, it has a letter stating that it has a 2 year warranty against dead pixels, lines, brightness issues, etc.
OK, that's enough of that unpaid commercial. I'm happy to have my laptop back. I'm going to keep it in a different place, so my clumsiness will spare this screen. I hope.
The stupid side effects are kicking in. These side effects are from the pre-meds. Benadryl has my head feeling swimmy and loopy, but I must fight sleep, because it also has a steroid that often makes me wake up by 2:00, unable to go back to sleep. *sigh*
It's OK, though. This is the LAST TIME I have to deal with this crap. For the small time I sleep tonight, I will sleep happy.