When I first posted this I was terrified. With all the new mets sites I was floored and wanted to just crawl in a hole and cover myself up to hide from reality. Knowing that all of you would help me to deal with this has help prevent the hiding in that hole.
One more step before I start chemo. Have to have a MRI with contrast on the 19th and then can start chemo on the 24th, if the pharmacy can get the chemo meds sent to the facility by the 23th.
I now have a plan which the oncologist and myself agreed upon. This helped me feel more on an even keel. Just like your posts did. I know if we try to tackle this by ourselves it is far harder. Having someone who has "been there - done that" makes it easier.
You have more faith in me then I have. I never intended to post encouraging words or tell anyone what to do. I was posting what worked for me and what helped me keep putting on foot in front of another. Maybe some of my own words will come back to me. With you reminding me I might be able to take my own advice.
Will keep you all posted as to progress and whining
take GoOD care