When I broke my arm in December, the oncologist stopped the chemotherapy drug for a few weeks. Last week I had bloodwork, with the expectation that I would start chemotherapy again. My bloodwork was totally out of whack, due to the surgery to repair my wrist, according to my doctor. I'll have a few more weeks break, then more blood work to see if can start chemotherapy again.
My wrist bone seems to be healing, but the incision site is still pretty rough. I think I will be starting physical therapy this week or next. I don't know what that will entail. Hopefully, I'll be able to get back to stitching again.
On another subject, today is a national holiday in Japan - Coming of Age Day. This is the day to celebrate 20 year olds becoming adults, with all the privileges and responsibilities that come with being an adult. Congratulations to all of Japan's new adults!