CANCER UPDATE: I am now down to one more chemo treatment, after this morning's infusion. Then I'll have a short break before surgery on Monday March 28. The good news is that I'll have the first surgery of the day at 7:30. The bad news is that I'll have to be there at 5:30. :-o I will have three more sessions (9 weeks) of chemo after my surgery, starting a couple of weeks after surgery, depending on how I'm healing. Since I'm tolerating chemo so well and since it seems to be doing what it's supposed to be doing, I'm not sweating more chemo.
Speaking of the chemo doing what it's supposed to be doing, last week I got more good news on my cancer markers. They're down by half again. They're at 192 now, which is a good drop from the 1,441 on December 4.
QUILTING UPDATE: I've been slowly but surely working on my Martha Washington's Flower Garden.
LIFE UPDATE: DD and I are really on a puzzle kick! Which might explain why I'm working so slowly on my MWFG. Ha!
These are just three puzzles we've worked since my last post.
This past weekend the Ts swam at the USA regional championships; this was a qualifying meet for which swimmers had to achieve a minimum time. The competition at this meet was fiercer than at the YMCA meets, but the Ts did pretty well ... I was so proud of them. ;-)
We got snow on Wednesday. It was rather comical listening to the tv meteorologists trying to keep up with the forecasts, which ranged from >1" to 5-7". We got a total of 5.5", but there was never that much snow on the ground, thanks to temps being above (barely) freezing all day. And by early afternoon there was at best just 1/2" snow in the ground. I'm ready to be done with winter ... bring on spring! And Daylight Savings Time, too! It will be awesome to be able to have a little daylight after dinner, instead of feeling like it's time to go to bed.
We had spring-like weather over the weekend. I was able to get out and get in a couple of nice walks ... and saw this on my walk yesterday afternoon. A little hint of spring?
I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy ... have a great day!