I think this images paints the picture for you of how Marco is doing. He has been very tired and drained. These last two chemo rounds have really kicked his butt. Just to see him so tired boils my blood because he shouldn't or anyone else be going through all of this BS that comes with having cancer.
These next two weeks come with a lot of anxiety especially of the "unknown", of what is going to happen when his appointment comes up to see the surgeon. Will he say yes I can do the surgery or will he still say that surgery is still not an option. Ugh! if I feel the tension, Marco feels it 10X as much I am sure.
I know that he is drained because usually his will stay up to greet family when they come to see him and chat for awhile and then he may wait till the visit is over and go take a nap or just rest in his comfy chair.......but this time he will come out to say hi and go back in to the bedroom and rest. He may say he is feeling good but his whole face and body language says different. So for now, lots of rest to try to help the body recover from all the poison that went into his blood stream. I hope you feel better soon honey, we all you very much and wish with all of our hearts that you wouldn't have to go through all this. Chin up! With each passing day it will get better.
On another note:
As some of you know, we are NASCAR fanatics. We were invited by several loved one to attend the Daytona 500 in Daytona, Fl, but we had to decline the offer because Marco has had some complications after his last chemo cycles and we didn't want to risk having problems happen out there. But we would like to thank all of you who tried so hard to get us out there it is truly appreciated. So for now, we will enjoy watching the Daytona 500 on TV.
We would like to take time and thank everyone who has called and asked about Marco, the kids and myself. We are trying and hold up as well as we can. We really appreciate you thinking of us.
We hope that each and everyone of you is doing well.......thank you again from all of us :)