Cancer log 75: Briefly, met with oncologist yesterday and she says my MRI results look "brilliant!" I do like a nice, sparkly MRI. My labs also look great -- red and white blood cells solidly in the normal range, along with pretty much everything else. I am healthy as a horse. Today I have the second treatment infusion (which is actually not real chemo, and one of these days I'll try to explain that properly); should take about three hours, from nine to noon. I'm planning to spend that time revising my novel, as long as I feel up to it, and then I'm going to switch to watching Elementary season 2 (yes, I am very behind). No plans for the afternoon, other than more of the same; this evening, Kevin and I are actually planning to go to a department retirement dinner, though I've reserved the right to bail if I suddenly start feeling fatigued or queasy. Should be a nice day.
Oh, and I'm streamlining my packing for chemo, now that I have a better sense of it. Laptop for working and shows, snacks, headphones. Wearing comfy sweats. That should do it!