My long weekend started last night.
Four days off feels pretty good. I must say, it also feels a little decadent, having just returned to work last week after 2 weeks of vacation but I don't care, I'll enjoy it all the same.
Mark's still wearing his pump today. He's feeling much better this round than the last two. When he met with the oncologist he found out that his dose had been lowered a bit, which is probably why he hasn't been as sick. Whatever the case, we're glad that he's not running back and forth to the bathroom or sleeping 'round the clock. That was no fun.
We don't have any big plans for the weekend yet. There are things we hope to accomplish in the yard and around the house but it'll be nice to not rush with them for a change. I do like the slow pace of a long weekend and wonder if that's what retirement feels like. I still have a way to go (like 20 years) before I can retire but still, I wonder sometimes.
In the meantime, have coffee will putter!