free — almost

Seventy-two hours after swallowing two little white pills, I am allowed to come out of my self contained isolation room.  It wasn’t too bad, I didn’t get much metallic taste, still seem to have saliva ( although that may change over time ) and generally don’t feel too bad.  My stomach is still queasy, and right now, all I can keep down is a few eggs.  Fruit seems to be a problem at present.

Thanks to all who offered their well wishes and prayers. I seem to be weak as a puppy, but I hope that will change soon.

I am off for a short ride around the block, symbolic, but defiant.

I will be radioactive for up to 180 days, enough to set off alarms at airports and federal buildings, and two more days ( I will probably make it several weeks ), before I have contact with a child or pregnant woman.

Let us hope and pray there are no more chapters like this in my life.

16 Comments on “free — almost”

  1. here’s hoping and here’s to hope!

  2. Shannon says:

    You are brave, Dad! We are proud of you and are praying for you!

  3. I pray this is the end of it, too, but all things considered, you didn’t have all that many reactions. And you’re so slim now. 🙂 I love you either way, slim or not as slim, but I hope to love you cancer-free for the rest of our lives!!

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