This past weekend I made a trip up to Lake Winnipesaukee with Bethany and a few others. It was my first trip of the summer and I was worried about the two-hour car ride, but I did just fine. My dad has an ice cream and candy store on Weirs Beach on a pier that my grandparents own, so it’s a fun time. Doesn’t feel like summer without a visit to Weirs Beach. It was nice being able to spend some time with my dad and sister. The weather was a huge plus too; I even got to use the pool – what a gorgeous weekend it was! Check out the view from the balcony of the place we stayed. Such a beautiful lake.
These days the nausea has been mild, but consistent. I’m trying not to let it run my life though. Being proactive with medication. I’m finding that a lot of the nausea is mental, so that can be tough to deal with. But dealing, I am. It certainly has been nice having a break.
I am both dreading and eager for Thursday. It’s my final 5-day treatment, sure to be abound with that “eck” feeling. It’s the start of my final cycle though, which is very exciting. Mentally, I am preparing myself for this final 3-week battle. I don’t want to build it up too much, but I do want to be prepared. So let the battle horn ring loud because cancer is a’going down.