Well it is over for this year. Comic Con was crazy and packed... too packed. But, we saw almost everything including front row Twilight seats. It was nice. But very exhausting. We waited in line to buy next years. Rumor was the line was going to be an hour and a half. Not even close. 6 hours in line just to buy tickets. I thought I was gonna die....... But we got them. Next year though will be my last year. It is very hard and the Comic Con staff(actually the convention center staff) was very rude and aggressive. I am sure it is hard to work with this many people. But the majority of visitors were exceptionally nice. It was the staff that wasn't. And the lines...everywhere.
But, it is good to be back to normal, back to shakes and my diet and full fluid intake. I did my best. I brought my own food and drink. I made us veggie burgers with bagel thins and fat free cheese. They were really good. But, fluid intake was low. I couldn't be able to wait in the cue for potty breaks constantly. We did walk a lot which was good. It looks like I am up 2 lbs. But, I really think its not going to last. I feel bloated (PMSie) and it will fall off as soon as I get back on board.
Things are still moving forward on the home front. My brother started chemo and it seems to go well. Chemo is just to keep the cancer in check. It wont get rid of it. We are looking into selling my parents house and items that no body wants. My brother plans to sell his house in AZ and move to Ohio where one of his daughters live and grandkids. I don't blame him, I would want to be with my kids.
I still feel like life is moving too fast and I am feeling a bit numb. I cant concentrate, I cant even remember the simplest things. I need my memory for work, my boss relies on it. It use to be awesome if I do say so myself. But, I look at emails that I sent 2-3 weeks ago and I cant even recall typing them. It is scary. Sometimes I panic and say to myself "why cant I remember doing this?"