September 12, 2010

I'm back!

Of course, as always, the title of this post signifies multiple references.

First up, I played disc golf both yesterday and today. Though I played well yesterday, today I was challenged by a course I have never played before and I stunk it up! I was even after five holes but the wheels fell off. Regardless, it was fun to be out again and play with Eric, Pete, Tim and the four Steves.

Next, and more importantly, tomorrow marks twenty eight days and that means it's time to go see Dr. V. I feel really, really good, but as always, that doesn't mean a thing. The routine will be the same; visit the lab for blood draws, infusion area for a Lupron shot and Zometa infusion then off to see the doc. You would think that after five and a half years (67 months) I would be used to this uneasiness. I'm not sure I ever will be comfortable before these appointments. So, I take a deep breath, enjoy the opening weekend of the NFL and try to get a good nights sleep. I can't control what happens tomorrow, it is and remains in Gods hands.

In addition to the doctor tomorrow, we have an unbelievably busy two weeks ahead of us. I won't bore you with the details now but I will provide updates as things progress. We are very much looking forward to the 6th annual FLHW golf tourney, which is now less than 2 weeks away.  No rest until the 25th!!

1 comment:

Sherry Luttrell said...

Hi David,
My husband and I just began 'our' blog- My husband Terence (now 47) was diagnosed last July with advanced PC (PSA 431)- after 9 months of hormone treatment was considered hormone refractory. He is now on a phase I clinical trial TOK-001- very trying.
You are the first young person we've met!!!!

Sherry & Terence