Anyone wanting a taste of Jitterbugs Bread Pudding with Rum sauce, just stop by this weekend and I'll share as long as it lasts! Preparation involved a lot of pot washing, and I haven't tasted it yet, so the jury is out.
My 2nd chemo infusion went very well today. My son-in-law, Lee, pointed out that I am now 1/3 of the way through the chemo. One third of the way sounds a lot better than 2 out of 6!
Being in the infusion center brings other very sick people into my consciousness. There was a lady there today starting her 2nd round of 6 chemo treatments. She took her radiation along with the first six! Another woman, about 50 or 55, was getting a treatment for a rare cancer tumor she has been fighting for 19 years - 19 years! I see young people there and I wonder what their battles are.
Well, I'm tired and still have my exercises to do.
As a postscript, I'd like to add my friend Laurel's description for tonight's sky. I hope she doesn't mind, but it is so appealing, I thought some of you would enjoy it. Especially those of you who have access to the big sky with no town lights should be able to see (that is if the clouds don't obscure things).
"Tonight's full moon will be the biggest and brightest full moon of the year. It offers anyone with clear skies an opportunity to identify easy-to-see features on the moon. As a bonus, Mars will be just to the left of the moon tonight. Look for the reddish, star-like object. (More moon dancing for sure!)"