Friday, February 27, 2009

600 hours of chemotherapy completed today!!! Yahoo!

Yes, today was a happy day! Mom took me to get my leash (bag of chemo unhooked)!!! Today should be my final chemo. I have alot of testing to go through but for right is over once I work through all the chemo toxins. I still have the down time that goes along with the chemo but at least I don't have any more treatments scheduled!!! We stopped at Taco Bell on the way home to celebrate Mexicano' way. Ha. We went all out. ha.

This was Anita, who was giving me my final chemo on Wednesday . Wonderful and very sweet nurse!

This was me right before I was knocked out from my final infusion.

This is Dietra. She was my first chemo nurse when I very first had my port put in and she was the one who took off my leash. I'm holding the happy face all the nurses signed for me.

This is the group of nurses that came up to my chair and sang a "Celebration Chemo day Song"

Mom, my steady Friday date to get my chemo bag off. Steve took me every Wednesday and mom would take me every Friday. Thanks to them, it was the one thing that I didn't have to worry about. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!

Another picture of me and mom!

Me and Dietra again.


Anonymous said...

Yes, thank you, Jesus! This has made my Friday happier. I am so glad you are finished. We have to have a party.

Enjoy your weekend and your new life without chemo.


Anonymous said...

Congrats sis. I am so happy for you.

Love, Diana

Donna said...

We are all so thrilled for you that this part is behind you!

Thanks be to God for giving you the strength to make it through.


Vernie said...

You are a winner!


Cheri said...

We are so happy and thankful you have finished your chemo! We will continue praying for you!
Love, Cheri

Indiana said...

I'm so proud of you. To see you still smiling after all you've gone through, is your testimony.
We are still praying for your complete healing. Well done.
"Free and clear."

Anonymous said...

Way to go Leah!!! We are all so very proud of you. You have endured a lot and I know this milestone will give you the strength to carry on. Maybe I'll just go out and have some Mexican food to celebrate!


Pam said...

Hallelujah! I'm relieved this part is behind you. You look great in the pictures. I'm thankful you had such a wonderful family support group to help you through this. Looking forward to much more "normal" days ahead for you. :-)

Linda Shanks said...

God is Great! I am so glad that this part of your journey is over. It is truly time to dance. Take care of yourself and I hope and pray that you will have the best week that you have had. What a MIGHTY God we serve.
Love & Prayers,

mandy said...

You are such an inspiration. We are all proud to know you. Congrats! Your in my prayers. = )