Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Chemo session no 1

I'm in the seat today, having my first chemo session. I slept little last night, anxiety crept in. But i had little to fear, my nurse, Skye, is fantastic, she's doing a good job. brett's beside me happily reading a rock and mineral magazine and I'm about to start the final bag of drugs which will take about 90minutes.
Apologies for the poor photo


18 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

Go chemo smash those bad cells at......

Jan said...

I hope you aren't feeling too awful, Jo - and I hope you'll soon be smiling. Sending you a big hug and good thoughts. xx

Leanne said...

Good luck with it all Jo.

Susan said...

My thoughts are with you, hope it all goes well. X

Jill Henderson said...

From someone who has just stumbled on to your blog - I cannot do any more than wish you all the best. May knowing that others care, be of some small help.

helbel19 said...

All the very best Jo.

Roseanne said...

Hope all go well for you Jo.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

We are all with you Jo. Xxxx

Sue said...

Good Luck, thinking of you and Happy New Year x

barbara woods said...

praying my friend, Hugs

Lesley said...

Having Chemo is a dream compared to the alternative, hang in there it will soon come to the final day and you can celebrate. My special thoughts are with you.
Lesley

Lib said...

Hope it went well Jo and you don't have any side effects. xx

Willow Grove - Kez said...

I'm here for you when ever you need. You need a selfie stick lol. Hope the days after aren't to bad for you

Robin Hill Quilts~Eileen G. said...

Sending you love and healing energy from a 12 year survivor! Take good care of yourself....listen to your body..thank god for quilting!! xoE

Dawn said...

Oh Jo, thinking of you sweets.... drink lots and lots and flush that necessary stuff out...The countdown is on... sending hugs and prayers your way x x x

DAWNIE said...

Hi Jo, am way behind in blog world and just reading up on your posts now. Thinking of you and it is nice to know you have some lovely support out there from your friends family and blog world.

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

Sending you so many hugs Jo. Thinking of you.

Tania said...

Hi Jo, just discovered your blog, just wanted to say good luck. I was diagnosed with cancer late August last year and have just had my 8th session of chemo out of 16, and luckily very few side effects apart from fatigue, hope it all goes really well for you. Take care x