First a couple days were OK after Chemo, but I started feeling stomach ache, nauseous, sore in the mouth, and mostly zero energy for a few days. Today I feel a little better. From Temecula my parents in law come over with an aunt from Arizona to celebrate one day early Father’s Day. Boys and their girls cook BBQ. Today I honor five men in my life: My father in Japan, father in the US, George, Roy & Soh.
I learned from my 87 yr old father who is at the hospital in Japan how to be positive without giving up and adapt in a new environment without whining. I am so thankful for my father in the US who always cares, worries me as if himself and loves me with lots of humors and laughter. I am so thankful for Roy and Soh, who grew up as kind as much as strong men who know how to reach their hands to people in needs. And at last I am sooooo thankful for my husband, George, who loves me so deeply, guides me, and support me constantly day and night. Makiko, a friend in Japan, says I may be the happiest person in the world right now. I have no objection. I am happier ever in the midst of the battle on cancer.