I have gotten to hang out with one of the kick ass cancer moms which has been nice. I miss my sister every single day she was the one who would totally make me laugh or call me out when we would go for a Starbucks run. She is a great shoulder to lean on and I miss her terribly. I also miss my best friend she is in MD and well MD to NJ was a short drive this is not a hop in the car see you in a few hours kinda ride.
The girls are adjusting to their new daycare which is amazing but they miss their routine and their friends. It is tough no having any babysitters = NO DATE nights and cramped quarters will us all in the apartment. We have ventured out to eat and try a few activities some successful and others yielding two screaming toddlers who are melting down. The apartment is nice but there is a lot of walking and you need a key to get anywhere. Looking forward to being able to spread out a little more and get our stuff out of storage.
I also have to say this Lupron and Aromatase inhibitor is a wicked drug combo that makes me hurt every day all the way down to the inside of my bones and joints. It plays mind games with you and makes it as if you are staring in a fun house mirror daily. I read an awesome article for it's complete honesty and rawness today http://fw.to/mldG1Qd. The author is right the after is even harder then the during and here is why. Everyone is with you cheering you on like a reality TV show you are visibly sick i.e. you lost your hair, you look gray or yellow or both, you are weak, medicated, and have either gained weight due to steroids or lost weight because you cant keep a meal down and the list goes on.