Why the Redwood Forest slideshow?

Judy had always loved trees, and in 2008 we spent some time among the California Redwoods. Some of the ingredients in Judy's chemo cocktail were derived from trees (not Redwoods but Yews). We always knew that Judy loved the trees, and the trees got their chance to repay her affection.



Sunday, October 19, 2008

Things are going smoothly--our JuJu is a good girl


It's late Sunday afternoon, and Judy is lying back and enjoying her daily dose of antibiotics.

For her, it's been a lazy, lounge-about-the-house type of Sunday—just what the doctor ordered. I am so proud of her to truly kick back and not try to play the heroine. Saturday was a busy day in lots of ways, and today she felt a bit more tired and thus just napped and did nothing. I went for another long bike ride, with Emily's dad, Rod, and when I got home we napped together on the couch.

Her side "stitch" is still still bugging her a little, albeit much less than yesterday. She's been eating, drinking her protein and Cytomax, showering, and walking a little in front of the house—just a bit of everything. The bodily functions seem to have settled into their new rhythm, too.

So, overall this has been a great Sunday. The weather is glorious, and just looking outside makes one happy. We're looking forward to a week of rest and relaxation for Judy, gathering as much strength as possible for the next stage of the war.

Judy wants all of you to know that she continues to appreciate all of your thoughts and comments.

Jürgen

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on being home!!

Loves & Prayers,
Dayla Merritt

LdawG said...

Welcome home!!! Keep up the positive improvement.

cindi said...

Yea Judy!!!!
Heading to Banner Elk, NC for Collegiate Nationals on Wed am...not lugging my laptop. Will be thinking of you!

Hugs,
Cindi

Amy Weber said...

Glad to see you're back home and moving along.
Best,
Amy Weber

MTB_Chik said...

Whoooohooooo again! We are also heading to Banner Elk (we've already shipped all of our garbology) but we'll try to keep you posted with pix. Since this event is the first we worked together, it holds a special place in our hearts and we will miss you guys!

C&J

twoalso said...

WHOOOOO!!!! HOOOOOO!!!!! So glad you are home!!!! :) You both deserve it very much! Let us know if/when you need anything!!!

Keep resting and take it easy! Everything you'll want to do can wait!!!!

Lots of love, hugs and prayers!
Amy

Anonymous said...

Judy we are so glad to hear you are doing so well, know that we are following your blog and are still rooting for you, girl!

Hugs and More Hugs,
Laura & Charlie Cude

Brian Still said...

You look great!

Glad to hear about the BM : )

Anonymous said...

Dearest Judy,
You have been on our minds and in our prayers constantly this fall. We are so proud of your determination and love hearing of encouraging results. Know that the Browns are rooting for you from start to finish in this race of mental and physical endurance.
Fondly,
Lucy, Gatewood, Bennett, David and Emmy

p.s. Did you know that I had my own battle with Hodgkins Disease 23 years ago? We can compare scars someday. love, Emmy