Unreal couple of weather days we've been lucky enough to have here in the Northeast. Got outside, watched some baseball and broke out the pitching wedge for the first time this spring. After all, it's Masters week.
There's something incredibly right about ending the extremely harsh lifestyle that has been "Chemo, Drop, and Pop" with the blood counts and such right around the springtime. A true revitalization of sorts. Really hoping for a couple of things coming up: the scans look swell and the maintenance chemo doesn't mess with me too bad. That'd be great. I'm all about trying to get out and enjoy this spring/summer after being stuck and feeling miserable this winter. I'm sure I'll find a way regardless.
Katie and I have been chilling like homies. She doesn't like hanging out outside as much as she used to. Which is ironic, because she used to be allergic to trees and grass (some mutt), but now that she's seemingly over it, she's just all about getting back inside and snoozing. Unbelievable. She wouldn't even caddy for me today...the nerve.
Can't wait for the Masters to start tomorrow. Always look forward to this week every year. I'll be watching intently...let's go Tiger. Later all.