Slow saline, Dr Shorty, D&D

Took forever at the Infusion center to get me my saline in.  Like 3 hours for something that at most is supposed to take 2.  Totally their fault too.  I showed them my good vein and they wouldn’t use it cuz it’s the blood draw vein.   BAH.  I have had so many ivs in that vein, one more isn’t going to kill it.  Anyhow, they used a vein that normally fails after 5 minutes or so.  It didn’t fail, it just kept causing the machine to beep pressure errors. So in what seemed like forever, I got my infusion.  They were nice though, not that I expected anything less.  We had some laughs.  It could have been a lot worse.

Tomorrow, at noonish, I go see Dr. Wehbe.  Why?  Not really sure.  I guess this visit goes all the way back to my 3 days in Mercy Hospital.  I’ve had to reschedule multiple times cuz of Mayo visits.  This time its getting squished in between getting saline and a Mayo Visit.  Heh

It’ll be good to see Dr. Wehbe again.  I like the short guy with the bow tie.  He is a real nice guy, I wish he would of been the one who told me my odds and fate.  Somehow crappy things sound better coming from Dr. Wehbe.

The first D&D game went fairly well in my opinion.  Went a little slower than I expected.  But I felt like crap, so it was good it didn’t go too fast.  I was happy with it overall.

Looking forward to next week.  Assuming I don’t end up in the hospital again.  I got a pretty wicked cough again, welcome to have proper fluid intake.  I get my chronic cough back.

Short post tonight.

Author: Jeff Campbell

I am 50 year old guy, who beat blood cancer but is getting his butt kicked by bone marrow cancer. At this point it appears I am dying. Married and in love with the most wonderful woman in the world (27 years). She has stood by me thru a lot of crap and I love her so.

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