Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,025

Today I am thankful:

That the Dexamethasone seems to be working at reducing inflammation and swelling; my hand feels better. So hopefully that means it’s also reducing the swelling in my brain – or at least preventing it.

For a good meeting with my PA. And we’re hoping for a productive meeting with the radiation oncologist tomorrow.

For better living through chemistry.


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4 thoughts on “Day 1,025

  1. I’m so glad that you’re finally getting some relief from that pain in your hands. Does this mean you can type? Lila? (no pressure) (but we ALL want to know where Lila is! Admit it, so do you!) 😀

    Seriously, I know the Dexamethasone has its major drawbacks, but if it’s helping you feel better, than I’m very grateful for it and grateful for how it’s helping you. Just think, if it keeps you up all night, you can type more… I’m terrible. But you know I love you and this is all tongue-in-cheek. ❤

  2. What are you girls talking about? Lila? Whose Lila? 🙂

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