Bah, cancer does suck

Well, the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.  So why would I think the thrown together plans of my mother, my brother, and I would come through.  As of last night, it was decided that because of my medical schedule and Jim not able to get a Saturday off, there was no way to do my bucket list trip as of now.  That truly is a bummer.  I was so looking forward to actually seeing Denver and getting my Western Bacon Cheeseburger and my Macho Combo Burrito.  But it looks like that may never happen.  Cancer wins again.

This cancer business has a way of ruining everything.  Getting sick every night isn’t fun.  Not being able to fit a 3 day trip into plans cuz I have to get a stinking blood test isn’t fun either.  And knowing that when all this is said and done, I’m just gonna die is by far the most not fun part about it.  Sorry, I am whining.  I’ll stop and move on.

Tonight we play Avaras, my Dungeons and Dragons campaign, Session #2.  Session #1 was so long ago, I might have forgotten how to DM 😛  Seriously, it was well over a month ago.  But tonight, all the plans get to come to fruition.  And finally the sleazy gnome gets to come into play.  This should be fun.

Friday night should be interesting, I hope I am wrong, but I don’t know that Jet and Derek have enough Gang Gamers to run a game.  Maybe a small party.  It’s all good, at least they are trying something.

Last Thursday the brand new CBC machine broke on my blood at the MOHA (Dr. Wehbe’s) lab.  I hope they had a back up or something and everything is working again for this Thursday.  Would hate to not get my platelet count right away.

This morning I am angry.  Angry about and for a lot of things, but mostly angry about having cancer.  I think I am going to go back to bed and redo this morning in a couple hours.  Yeah, that sounds like a good idea, wouldn’t want to snap at Teresa or anyone.  So this is going to be a real short blog post.

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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