Amos is doing alright with the Chemo so far. We are told days 3,4 and 5 are the worst so we are preparing for tomorrow. He has been lethargic and pale with a weakened voice and a little nausea today but nothing terrible.
One thing I didn’t realize about Chemo is that the rest of the family has to be protected from it. I’ve been so worried about our germs reaching him, I never stopped to think about the Chemo harming us.
They talked about not using the same bathroom and not washing his clothes with ours among other things. Having the kids at Aunt Pheobe’s house tonight will be better I think. She is going to have fun with the girls until we go back to the cancer center tomorrow. Her husband is also kind enough to take Porter on a Father Sons’ campout with his cousin tonight. Amos is so grateful to Ken for that since he will most likely have to miss ours in a couple weeks. #lovemysisters
Amos just had a visit from his supervisor from work. He reassured Amos that his job would be secured no matter how much time he needed. We are both so relieved. #teamamos