23 things I've learned in my 23 weeks of chemo...in no particular order...
1. Best time for breakfast tacos in the cafeteria. And that we have to get here before 10 am to get em. 🌯
2. Exactly which nurses rock at accessing my port without making it hurt. #ihateneedles
3. The amount of water I drink directly correlates to the amount of nausea I'll feel.
4. Where they keep the pudding.
5. The names & life stories of all the incredible infusion center nurses.
6. The exact time, down to the minute, of how long it takes to get from our house to the front door of the cancer center.
7. That Megg's Cafe has BOMB cinnamon rolls.
8. I need to warn new nurses about my oddly low blood pressure before they freak out.
9. Hospitals smell weird. Always.
10. God is good. Even when the days suck.
11. Window seats are the bomb diggity. #peoplewatching 👀
12. I didn't know people could be so mean to their sweet caretakers.
13. The best blood pressure cuff for me is ummm...child sized. 😳🙈
14. Chemo isn't actually a glowing green substance. #disappointing 🙄
15. The disinfectant they use to clean my port makes it feel like they dumped fingernail polish remover in my nose.
16. Apparently 27 isn't the normal age for frequent flyers 'round here.
17. My husband is literally the most amazing human I've ever met. Hands down. #superhero
18. My chemo is SPECIFICALLY made for me, my DNA, my body, etc.
19. Noise cancelling headphones are necessary. People make weird, disgusting noises. And it makes me wanna vom. 😝
20. Blankets aren't a luxury, they're a necessity.
21. The exact perfect angle at which my chair should recline for maximum comfort. #thankyouReesCrosby
22. Steroids are fun. Not.
23. Just how DEEP God's love is for me. And for you. It's immeasurable and unique and way beyond anything we can imagine or ask.