When he wasn’t looking, I snapped a photo. This robot spent 4 hours today doing everything it could to rescue me from the dangers of cancer. It dripped, pushed and pumped. It beeped. And when I had to go the the bathroom, it followed me in and stood patiently at my side (and didn’t peak).
To reinforce its efforts, the robot beep-beeped for help. And the very best answered the call: Cheryl, Cindy, Brittany, Val, Trista. Together they formed a great team. My time zipped by. Everything went well. No problems while I was with them, and no problems since I’ve been home.
Eileen was there with me. We had a consultation with Dr. Shipp prior to the treatment. We believe we are prepared for just about anything for the next several days.
Eileen and I were home by 4 pm today. We worked outside for a few hours (she weeding and me mowing the pasture) then had dinner. It was a normal evening. And that is the best news I can report.