Friday, July 23, 2004
A Day Off and Getting Back in the Swing
I took the day off today.  No worrying about treatment.  No worrying about anything.  Outside of my attached hardware (the catheter port on my chest), I treated this day as a normal day.  I cooked, I visited my mom, I went to the grocery store, I giggled with my sister, I cooked dinner, etc.  While I am not so sure I'll ever adjust to a life of leisure or lounging around, today was the most normal day I have had since May 11th.   Part of that was due to feeling better since the surgery and partly due to the relief of the lymph node biopsy.  It felt good to be normal.

It will feel good to be back in the swing of things again.  I get to start by teaching my Saturday class at the university.    After that I will be back to work Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.  Thursday I start chemotherapy.  Look forward to postings describing the drugs that will be used and how I will benefit from these treatments. 

Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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Name: Jeannette
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This is my story about being diagnosed with breast cancer at age 39. I thought I was out of the woods, but four years late it came back. This is my quest to be a two-time survivor.

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