Maize is a little better -- not where she was by any means but she seems less tired.
Yesterday was her scheduled day for chemo and she got it last night (it is a pill once every three weeks), even though she was so sick (I figured there was nothing to lose since I thought she was dying). I noticed that the shoulder mass was much bigger yesterday and I am wondering if perhaps getting to the end of the chemo cycle results in the cancer getting an edge/growing and making her feel crappy -- and now that the chemo is back on board she is bouncing back a bit?
This has not happened before but given the sudden increase in the size of the shoulder mass, I have to think that other places also had some increased growth/activity, since nobody believes her shoulder mass is the only place she has a tumor.
I don't know what is happening -- and it doesn't really matter I guess -- but I am grateful that she is still with us, however gently she is living right now.
It is a lovely, sunny day here in Montana -- Maize and granddaughter Syd on the deck.
Three generations -- Maize, Cadi, Sydney
Thank you so much for all your good thoughts -- I appreciate them so much and Maize wishes all of you could visit and pet her...