Wednesday, August 20, 2008

No news is good news

My apologies for being so quiet here lately. My only “excuse” is that I’ve been feeling perfectly normal and enjoying my break between chemo treatments. In fact, I’ve been doing so well the past two days that I’ve eaten out a few times already and I’m sure to consume 3 reasonable meals each day. Today I even worked from home for my job. Tomorrow I plan to spend the day in the office.

This is all very therapeutic to me and I’m just happy I feel great and have the strength to do what I like.

6 comments:

Djames5076 said...

Hooray!

Trout said...

I haven't seen nor spoken to you in years. Jodi told me about your illness and I just read your entire blog.

I'm thinking about you and your family.

You're a strong, brilliant stubborn type. The perfect warrior against an illness!

Hang in there man.

Trout said...

trout= Craig Patterson. Sorry.

Vance said...

That is great! I can imagine that having things normal for a while is quite a blessing for you.

We are praying for you everyday.

Diane Cross said...

Wonderful news! I've been praying for a "normal" and strong week for you before you go back in on Monday. And remember, Emory isn't all bad....there's the Varsity chilie dogs just a block away, daily visits from Captain Dan, and of course the wonderful Dr. Gina! Enjoy your weekend!

Jamie said...

I haven't seen you in a while now Dave, but my most vivid memories of working with you, and what you've underscored here, is that no matter what else is going on, food is the focus. :)

I'm glad to read that you're up and about!