I got one round of chemotherapy down and it didn’t go that bad, as you can see in the video. I got home and decided to take the neighbor’s dog for a walk.
I felt like I had all this energy and the evening was gorgeous. Our neighbor a couple of doors down has been battling throat and liver cancer for the past year. She is having trouble seeing and is very frail so it’s not safe for her to be out walking. I am a huge dog lover and these little walks give me time to soak in the love from Casper. Casper is an adorable Bichon Frise who is always so happy to be out making new friends.
While we were out, we ran into a fellow dog owner whom I met briefly from across the street a week or so ago. She was walking her new puppy and I asked what the breed was. She said a Bichon Frise and Miniature Dachshund mix. I had never heard of such a thing. She doesn’t look anything like a Bichon Frise. The little girl Pickles looked like she could fit into the palm of your hand. So I saw her again while walking Casper and made it a point to introduce the two. Of course I was just as excited as Casper to get up close to Pickles and take a few pictures of her. She is absolutely adorable.
I hadn’t had much of an appetite so didn’t have much food in my stomach. I really started to get nauseous and ended up taking the evening round of Zofar and a dose of Compazine. It took me quite a while to feel any better. I just had to sit and close my eyes while I tried getting some rice and broth in. I was able to hold off any vomiting which made me happy. I think I didn’t get the Zofar in soon enough and will be tweaking when to take each drug. I finally felt a little better by bedtime which was 11:00 p.m. I guess I jumped the gun on thinking this was not so bad.