3/18/15 – Home

So I am home again.  Glad to be here but struggling.  I did a lot of walking today and a lot of exercises.  I also got my first IV antibiotic infusion from nurse Helene.  I don’t know how she does it.  I marvel at her.

I am getting stronger every day.  Imagine being exhausted.  Then imagine that times 1000.  That is how I feel.  But I will rise.  We will be out of this funk soon enough.

That’s all for now!  Its again a great day to fight Cancer!

21 responses to “3/18/15 – Home

  1. Brad, thank God you’re home. Even struggling at home beats “lounging” in the hospital. You and Helene (can I call her Saint Helene….putting in an iv????) are so strong and upbeat. It certainly is a great day to beat Cancer.

  2. So happy to see your post! Missed hearing from u! We all continue to think about u EVERY DAY–and pray that each day you gain more strength and feel more yourself! 😘😘

  3. I am so glad you are home, and it is going to take time to gain back your strength. You are the luckiest man to have such a wonderful and beautiful nurse Helene, next to you helping you every step of the way. We love you Bradstrong!!!💪

  4. So happy to hear that you’re home:) Another great day to fight cancer my friend.

  5. Welcome home! Rest. Soak in all the love that we’re all sending your way. Kiss that beautiful wife and see if you can get her to take a nap with you. Healing takes time and we’re all in this with you. Love, love, love oxox

  6. So glad your home!! No place like it!! Keep strong you are amazing.. We love you and looking forward to seeing you soon… Xoxo tracy

  7. I am so happy for you & your family that you are back home. I know you will start feeling much better everyday because you are in your own home!

    Beth Hornstein,

  8. Hey Word Friend, have I ever beaten you? Even in the hospital 1000 exhausted you still manage to beat me. Welcome home. Keep beating me!

  9. Dear Brad. At risk of being redundant, WELCOME HOME. Bet the food is better. Rest, relax, enjoy and keep feeling better. Love and hugs to all, Uncle Herb and Aunt Roberta

  10. Glad to hear you are home. I from Clark and just missed you at Overlook. I just went in for my 5th treatment today. I found out I had Stage IV in Dec. at 39 years old with 3 young children. I just started following your blog about a month or two ago and I look forward to your updates. Your positivity is really amazing. Keep up the fight. Once again, glad to hear you’re home.

  11. that’s for sure. Sending more energy so that the great days will multiply.
    At least you have hoops to occupy some time.

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