I had to turn on the A.C. in my office because of the choking vog. This is the worst time of the year for it, when the trades die down. We had quite a winter storm, with thunder and lightning and even hail along the Saddle Road, but down here it's warm.
We have been getting lots of bananas from the big banana patch in the back, so many that we are drying bags and bags of them. They are apple bananas, the best kind, a variety not known on the Mainland, sweet and slightly tart. Great as snacks or on your morning cereal! These days for breakfast I favor Wheatabix or Barbara's shredded wheat and the one cup of coffee I allow myself.
My second round of chemo will be next week, followed by three weeks for recovery and then another round, etc. I immediately felt better, as reported, but on the second day felt like I was fighting to keep my physical and mental equilibrium. Today I'm much better. The medical regimen helps a lot, and I stick strictly to it. And everyone is so kind!
Terry bought me a table/bookcase and a new lamp, and it is looking much more organized and pleasant in my office. I have to sleep in here, too, because otherwise with my coughing and restless wandering about Terry would get no sleep. I can sleep in three or four hour stretches at a time. I am so much better, though, must emphasize that!
We have a new renter next door, and he is happily putzing around in the yard. It is such a nice location. This was grandma's house, where she lived for eight years.