PS to all.
My sincere apologies to all if I miss mentioning you & your words of encouragement. I’m blaming this on chemo brain from now on. That & er, ummmm, everything else! (Please insert winkie face here).
Pic of my journal attached.....I’m just too darned tired to do anything else today but def make a start tomorrow. Have even saved my hospital “accoutrement” (aka hospital bracelet) for the first page.
Peace out gang o’ mine!
I would have been honoured to meet with your fiancé. And as for a positive influence, we all have it in us. It’s totally surrounded with either a wall or a trellis of flowers. I’ve just chosen to enjoy my trellis!
Anyway, just wanted to drop you a line. So much to do, so little time in my day. The sun is shining, I’ve just finished my numero dos radiation treatment and finished that off with a pruning session in my wee garden.
Oh, by the way. A pic of the blanket the gifted me in Hamilton courtesy of those wonderful volunteers. I wish they would include an email address for whoever took the time to do this so I could send them a thank you!
Cheers to all. And remember, if you’re behind that wall I would be happy to gift you a sledgehammer! 😉 (I found my winkie face.....yayyyyy!)
Received some of my scrapbooking items today. I can now begin my personal journal....yayyyyy!!! So excited!
Still waiting on my Bristol board. Also want to make a calendar that’s easily legible to write down my radiation & chemo treatment schedule, other appts, & prob also my temperature, weight gain, blood sugar levels (I’m Type 1 diabetic) and my other....errrr......movements.....lol. It all gets so jumbled day after day I wanted someplace central I could go to & then just take a pic of it when I meet with my Health Team. High five toelectronics too! Snap!
Attached pic of my items.....especially love the googly 👀
Thanks, Brighty - when I went back, I could see links and get to see the photos.
Tiggrrrz , My Dad's hospital has a single page chart to keep track of all that stuff, and a space or two to write in your own things... I don't want to dash your scrapbooking efforts, but this might help:
The first option is just the symptom tracker. The second link is the bloodwork tracker, and the third option is the whole booklet. It might save you some time or give you an idea how to lay it out, if you want a bigger version. Dad uses the pages, and we just take them in to his appointment in his "health notebook" I created for him.
“When the root is deep, there is no reason to fear the wind.” - Japanese saying