October 16th 2009 6:58 pm
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Thursdays are my treatment days, so I had my chemotherapy yesterday. This time I got Vincristine, which sounds very feminine, so it must be one tough gal!
Dad dropped me off at 7:30am and I was ready to go home at 10:30am. I dragged the nurse all the way to the lobby just to give her some exercise. She said that I must want Dad to think I was tortured by the way I pulled her. Of course I was tortured, being stuck there with them and away from my Dad!
Last week they did a culture on my urine, and Dr. Shaw called earlier this week to tell us it was normal, which was good news. They'll be checking my blood every week just before treatment and yesterday it was good.
I've had very minor side effects like soft poo and the pill for that works very quickly. Other than that, I have a great appetite and urge to pee alot with the prednisone.
My lymph nodes are smaller than before, but not normal in size yet, but we're working on it!
I got a replacement collar in the mail today in bright red. It has my name and home phone number embroidered on it. The cats also got a new bed that hangs on the door knob that doesn't work very well so it was put on the floor and now I have a new toy to drag around!
Thanks for your continued POTPs!
Gwad tu hear yu r duin' gud, Quincy!! I hab all my paws cwossed fur yu!! It r hard tu walk, bud I r gonna du it fur YU!!! ((((hugs))))
So tail wagging happy to read you are staying strong. Your new collar sounds pretty fancy.
I try playing with the cat beds but Mommy yells at me. Something about having 100's of my very own toys so go play with them. It is about a 3 minute rant and rave on her part. I love to make Mommy crazy. BOL!
You're doing so well. We're thinking of you.
Dear Quincy, we love your beautiful pictures and you are so cute in your sunglasses. Keep your wonderful spirit, and we are sending lots of love and POTP. xo Rocky and Sarge xo
Thank you, Zaidie, Sophie Bean, Riley, and and Rocky and Sarge!
I feel very spiffy in my new red collar. It sure looks alot cleaner than the old one!
So far I seem to be doing good and we all hope it stays that way and that my lymph nodes will return to normal soon.
Thanks for thinking of me and for the POTP!
Calvin got some of that Vincristine gal too! Good luck shrinking those nodes - we're all praying that the evil C leaves for good!
Quincy...This is very good news...I think alot of the credit goes to your Pawrents for being so observent and getting treatment started so quickly...
I always include you in my pawrayers Quincy...You are gonna beat this thing ya know...