I Don’t want To Go Home

Waking up with birds chripping and the sound of waves, every morning I looked for sea turtles that swam on the rocky beach at the back of the house. A mountain on the horizon is covered by the patchwork of orange, brown, and many different greens. This space surrounded by colorful flowers, greens, and the cobalt blue ocean was a timeless paradise.

Such a vacation will be over tomorrow and I have to go back to LA. Once I get home, I have to go to take a CT scan and the following day will be a chemo infusion.

Because Pneumonia totally messed up the chemo schedule for last 7 weeks and the expected oral chemo, Afinitor was dropped off, the oncologist doesn’t expect a good CT result. If so, I have to look for the next regimen from few options.

.Maybe being here is more effective than chemo!
Ahhhh, I wish I didn’t have to go home!


A sunset from the house


2 thoughts on “I Don’t want To Go Home

  1. I am so glad you had such a wonderful trip. Thinking of you and sending prayers for a safe trip home. Judy

  2. Judy,

    There was three hour delay of the fright, but we got home safely. The time in Maui was absolutely the Devin touch with beautify, healing, and comfort. I am full of gratitude! Thank you again for your prayers!

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