There's nothing better than getting the daily shot done bright and early... especially on a crisp almost-autumn morning!
I wonder if there's an ointment for that...
When I saw those leaves lit up like that with the path in background, I knew what I had to do; I held back and waited for Olivia and Danielle to make their way through that gap in the trees. Photo of the day done & dusted.
Can't wait for wasp season to be over.
Two days after I take my last "breakfast of champions," I must self-administer an injection of Lapelga (pegfilgrastim), which helps my bone marrow produce white blood cells needed to help my body fight infection.
The Ottawa Hospital's MDCU (Medical Day-Care Unit) has a fun tradition for its patients just completing their last treatment: banging a gong.