Hey guys, just finished another round of the Chemo. Thanks again to everyone for all the great support. I was hoping not to be as sick as I was last time, but it's really wearing on my body after all these months, I've been sick as a dog, puking and vomiting more than I would like, but each day I'm getting better and today was a pretty good day with most of the nausea gone, which was great.
As most of you know, I've been doing this new round of chemo since last September and the recent scans showed that all six of the new tumors have continued to shrink. The Doc wants to keep the chemo going for a little while longer so hopefully if there are any other new cancer cells growing, we can hit them early so that I don't have to deal with a new round of tumors next year like I have for the last 4yrs of this ongoing battle. It would be great to have a year off from the cancer, so I'm down for the continued chemo.
The operations to remove these six Tumors could end up being sometime this fall I guess. I'm still waiting to find out when the radiation treatment will start, I won't have the operations until that's finished. It's nice to take a break from getting sliced and diced from these tumors, so I don't mind waiting.
I was hoping to hit a few of the upcoming cons, but still not sure if I can work them around the chemo, I missed the C2E2 due to a chemo session, but I'm hoping to still attend Wizard World Chicago and I hope to see a few of you there and hang out.
Plus you guys can count on seeing a lot more of my art soon. Finishing up some pics and knocking off some commissions also, a big thanx to everyone waiting on the commissions and your patients with them.
As always, thanx to everyone for all the great support as I continue this battle. You guys and my family help keep me strong and mentally ready to win this ongoing war. I've won all the other battles with this cancer over the years and each day I get a step closer to winning this new one. Plus this year marks another year I proved that first Doctor wrong who told me I only had six months to live, that was 4yrs ago. Nobody knows when it's your time and I refuse to let someone else dictate it for me. Like I always tell you guys, I've still got plenty of things to do and and people to piss off, so I'm not giving up. I've beaten this cancer 5 times before, so this is just another battle for me to win.