Every year, it's the same thing. The Canada geese make a racket flying overhead on their way home from a winter sojourn down south. And every year, like Pavlov's dog, I stick my lens up in the sky if I happen to be out and about when I hear their siren song. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51165118790/in/datetaken/
Just like my first course of "FCR" chemotherapy, this second course (and all the remaining ones) consists of pills that can be taken at home on days 2 and 3, which is much more convenient than a trip to the hospital for an injection or an IV drip, which I have to do for the … Continue reading 126/365 : Breakfast of Champions II
Today is day 1 of the second round of FCR chemotherapy treatment for my CLL/SLL lymphoma. Unlike in the first round, when the Rituximab was administered in a 6-hour IV drip, this time around the 1,600mg dose is injected directly into my belly fat over the course of about 5 minutes. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51160054301/in/datetaken/ The nurse had … Continue reading 125/365 : Not quite a punch in the gut
One of those days... didn't get out. Even if I had, it would have been gray and wet and dull and uninspiring. Meanwhile the midi-chlorians in my basil plants continue to work their magic.
Frequently unheeded advice from IBM's legendary CEO Thomas J. Watson.
If you're looking at this on your phone, you might not see them, but there are dozens of bees making this pear tree in my yard busier than O'Hare International on a Monday morning.