So today (day 4/5)is the day in my treatment cycle when I have a hard time seeing that light at the end of the tunnel. I have been through the nausousness, tiredness, achiness, and intestinal issues. If going by my past treatment history things should get better day by day from here on out but I won’t be feeling much better until about day 10. I will keepmy sights set for those days because feeling how I have been feeling, especially today, has felt pretty isolating. As long as my stomachcooperates with me tomorrow I hope to be able to spend some time downstairswith my family. Thankfully I have kept a pretty detailed journal since round 1 of chemo so Ican almost predict, to the day, withwhat I will be feeling and when. This is assuming all rounds will go the same. All I know is I have 2 chemo’s down and4 to go! Once again, last night during dinner it was raining and then the sun came out. And wouldn’t you know it – we saw another rainbow out our front door. Unbelievable. This sign of hope in a time of despair is magical and is clearly a sign from God to keep going Kim!!