Officially PFC!

by on November 15, 2011

That’s right, I am officially Post-Effing-Chemo. It feels so good. It will feel even better once I get this last round of chemo out of me and my energy is back and the aches are gone. I can’t believe this is the last time that I will have to feel so crappy. I hope that this is the last time in my life that I ever feel so physically jacked up. It makes me take my health even more seriously than I used to. I never want to feel like this again.

I got to spend my last treatment with my Mom and Lesley. Les even brought some sparkling grape juice to celebrate the event. It was awesome, so thoughtful! (We’re saving the Moet for later :-) ). I feel so lucky and fortunate to have had so much support while going through chemo.

Things are moving along quite nicely. I get my port out this Friday. I have my radiation simulation on the 21st and I believe that I can start the actual rads on the 28th. I am so ready to get that behind me as well. I should be done radiation in January. It would have been nice to be finished with them at the end of the year so that I could start 2012 somewhat fresh, but it’s ok. It will all be behind me eventually!

Me & Lesley, New Year's 2006. I can do short hair again, no?

I was looking at some older pics of me when I had shorter hair and I think it’s doable again. I’ve never had pixie short hair and I have never wanted hair that short, so that phase is going to be kind of annoying. But who knows. Maybe I will like how it looks…? I’m skeptical, because I know my comfort level is at least chin length. I am sure that pixie will be better than the wig, though.

Grow, hair, grow!!!!!!!!!!

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Candi November 15, 2011 at 2:14 am

Yay – post chemo!! I’m so happy for you. Hope your hair grows super fast!

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Lesa November 15, 2011 at 12:54 pm

Chemo done—-check!! Congratulations!! Dad and I are so proud of you!! Looking forward to the Holidays and celebrating the New Year with our family all together. You look great in short hair. Here’s to your hair coming back faster and better than ever!! Love you!!

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Kasi November 15, 2011 at 9:27 pm

Thank you, Mom!!! I can’t wait for the holidays, either! Thank you guys for everything you have done for me, I love you!!!

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Kasi November 15, 2011 at 9:27 pm

Thanks, Candi! MEEEEE TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

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Nicole November 15, 2011 at 11:40 pm

I’m sure you will look great with a pixie cut and it will start growing before you know it! Of course it will look funny to you but I know I’m really just glad it’s coming back. :) Little nervous it’ll start looking silly as I grow it out (dreading bangs!).

Again, yay for the last chemo!

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Kasi November 17, 2011 at 1:10 am

Thanks, Nicole!!! I think you’re right, I am really just going to be glad that it’s coming back! :-) I’d like to think that at this time next year, it might be chin length. A girl can dream, right? :-)

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Lori November 21, 2011 at 12:31 am

I will send you some ideas for rocking the pixie do while your hair grows out. Also must have products for rocking the pixie do! I’m soooo sooo sooo happy for you that you are done with chemo! Good luck with the Rads…I’m keeping my fingers crossed that you sail through that phase and on to better things!
Love you!
Lori

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Kasi November 21, 2011 at 3:13 pm

Hi Lori! Thank you so much!! Yes, please send me some hair ideas!!!! I have no idea what it’s going to look like and what I am going to do with it. And you’re going to be done Crappy Chemo before you know it!!! Love ya girl! <3

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Lesley November 22, 2011 at 12:59 am

If anyone can help u through the pixie phase it’s this chic! I’ve done it some many times, I’m like a pro ;) Don’t even stress about it! You’ll look fabulous :)

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Kasi November 22, 2011 at 6:54 pm

Les, you are awesome!!! I know I can count on you to style my hair so that it looks good even when it’s super short :-) Love you!

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