5 oclock should only exist once during a day

Welcome to the last nice day of November. After today is cold and rain. Oh well, we almost set records every day of November so far. It’s all good. Oh yeah, today is November 9th, 2020 for the record.


Mom is here, it feels nice. I am feeling ill, which is par for the course for visits from my family. I still got to spend some time with her and Teresa last evening. It just feels right. Only one missing is my brother, he has to work Wednesday. He is switching to graveyards and the way hi schedule turned out he got 5 days off, working Wednesday in the middle.


I am up at 5am again. I don’t know why I am waking at 5am, but I am.


Today I have my standard lab work. Hopefully I won’t NEED anything (we don’t know how platelets are gonna hold up). Got 2 units of blood on Friday so I should be good there. 2 blood tests a week, for the foreseeable future. Yay rah.


OH, and with this chemo and super pills, I am losing my hair again. I shouldn’t go completely bald, but I ordered a blue hat to cover the top of my head. The hat will be here Wednesday.


Weigh in last night was 178 and dropping. I am losing weight like it is going out of style. I am almost down to pre-stomach surgery weight. And that was 16 years ago. Anyhow, I don’t think I look good at this weight. I don’t look healthy, go figure.


Legs are still thrashed. Well, knees and ankles are. Walking hurts. My gait is somewhere between a gorilla and an old man. I can’t wait for my electric wheel chair. Then I will buzz around honking at people. I am the ornery. Supposedly everything is in order from Wehbe’s office. Gonna give NuCara Medical Supply a call today to see what is up.


I am playing Skyrim again. Something to do. I still don’t know if I am having fun with it. I am having moments of fun. So I guess it’s all good.


That is it for this morning. Its almost 6am, time to try to go back to sleep. You all have a wonderful day.

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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