It almost feels like we're starting to get the hang of this chemo stuff, at least the clinic part anyway. When I arrive to meet Mark, I no longer need to give my name, the ladies in the reception area know me.
This week's visit to the Cancer Clinic was quiet. It was nice actually after the last couple of visits. Even though it was only the 5th time we've been there (and I think there are folks there who have visited the place a lot more than we have), you quickly get into a routine with it.
During today's visit, there was a newbie receiving her orientation information (while she received her first treatment). It was interesting to hear the conversation and we chuckled quietly to ourselves at parts of it. We have both learned a lot, through trial and error, about how to deal with certain aspects of chemo and much of the advice we received during Mark's first treatment was not super helpful. The orientation does give you a basic starting point though. The rest of it, you just figure out as you go along.
In other, non-chemo news, today is the 48th Anniversary of the day my parents were married. Happy Anniversary Mum & Dad!!