I come to this office several times a year. A quick checkup, a smile to the people sitting in the treatment room at the end of the hall, and I was done. I think the last time I was here I probably even said, “I am so glad that I am not back there.”
Well today, I sit in that treatment room, and I have my best friend sitting with me. I definitely bring the average age in the room down by 40 years, but maybe I can bring some youthful humor to this place. So far, I think they just all think I am in the wrong place. We have the saline started that they run before the meds. I’ve had the discussion of side effects from the nurse and accessed my port. I’m trying to get comfortable in this chair and settle in for a few hours.
I have had such great encouragement and love sent from so many of you. Thank you for being in my corner as we start this fight.
“As the mountains surround Jerusalem, the Lord surrounds his people.” Psalm 125:2