11:32pm. Sunday, November 23rd 2014.
How I’m feeling: E-X-H-A-U-S-T-E-D. I was (happily) building and launching rockets all day with kids (and big kids. aka. Adults. aka. Dads. A lot of dads). I’m also exhausted from attempting to process all of the new information I was delivered on Wednesday. I received a lot to try to take in and I don’t think I’ve done a great job at it. And yes, I do realize this is only according to me and my own expectations. All of this is happening much quicker than I was prepared for – not that I can ever really be prepared for any of this.
Some good news amidst the heaploads of information that I had received. Listen and watch below!
Correction: At 12:57, I meant “If I got through high dose chemo and the stem cell transplant”
Friends and family (and strangers): Thanks SO much for your love and support. Trust me, it doesn’t get old. I need it through all of this. It really does help. Every single message, email, card, hug – all of it. Hang in there with me. Again, if I can do this – so can you. I have chosen to approach this in a certain way and I don’t intend on throwing in the towel any time soon – and trust me, it has gotten close. But it is not my time to go. There is just no way.
I shared this the other day on Instagram and Facebook and I mean every word: