|Rachel and I diving on Bloody Bay Wall at Little Cayman Island, 2010|
The chemo effects have been manageable so far; I have been taking anti-nausea medication every 8 hours and so far have not been ill. Weak, yes. I saw Dr. Kritz today and he seemed to think that I was out of the worst part of the nausea, which would be great. I've eaten well today, including two additional helpings of Rachel's and Kenyon's hearty soup. Just wanted to do a quick post to let you know that I am home and under the best care in the world (Renee). It will be several weeks before we have a definitive answer on how the lymphoma is responding, but as I think I mentioned before, the respiratory symptoms having improved is a good early indication. I will be vulnerable to infection as my blood counts drop over the next many days - if you would join us in praying that I stay infection-free (and therefore out of the hospital), we would be grateful.
More soon....in His love - Dan