LadyBug just saw her radiation specialist, Dr. Rads, today. She and Skitl drove up this morning. He told her she will have 28 treatments. That's 5 1/2 weeks. She will start 3 weeks after she is done with chemotherapy. That puts us into May, which means Kissa can drive her to her treatments. It also means she will be in radiation therapy until June. The best thing about that is that by the time family reunions come around, she will no longer have chemo in her system, and she can see some sunshine.
Right now, we just have to deal with taxes. Last year I ended up driving over two hours to find THE ONLY POST OFFICE IN THE LOWER 2/3 OF THE STATE THAT WAS OPEN. Granted, I waited until....well, not quite the last minute, but I wasn't far off. This year, we still have several days left, but after last year, we are having them done by a professional. We found out we made a mistake that COULD have been very costly last year, so I don't want to risk that sort of thing again this year.
I am holding steady at being down 50 lbs., but now Skitl has dropped at least 10. Of course, once warm weather decides to stay permanently, I think I may be able to melt off a few more.