Well, my chemo brain is in full force. Today is one of the last two days we have to get everything ready for the movers coming on Thursday morning, the day after chemo #6.
In my usual life, I like to make decisions and get pleasure from getting things done. It is a sense of achievement.
Now in my cancer life, it is harder and more time consuming to make a decision. It drains my energy.
So all day I have flitted between the different rooms of the house, storage unit and garage and tried to make decisions about which stuff should follow us to London, which to send to the summer house and which to the dump or to give to charity.
I do not have peace of mind for too long in each room. Many of the rooms are only 90% done and the last 10% is frustrating me. I do not have the usual eagle eye perspective of the big picture clear in my head and this is leading to stress. The stress is there but I have developed a "who cares" attitude about most things so it is not as bad as it feels.
The most important thing is not to send any important papers or passports in the container to London. Really everything else will work out. (I keep saying this to myself...to make sure I believe it)
So tomorrow will be a doctor visit in the morning and then the final decisions. Wednesday will be chemo #6 and I need to be ready for that and prepared to rest when I get home.
Many people have expressed an interest to help, but with my chemo brain and what is left to do it makes it hard to delegate. I am looking forward to next week when maybe I will have some free time........(hahhahaha)
Time for some last minute sales of furniture that we don't want to take with us. I have posted on a facebook group that has merited numerous responses in just 20 minutes. Pretty good. Happy if these furniture pieces get sold to good homes.
FRIENDS. FAMILY. LOVED. GRATEFUL. KICKING ASS MY WAY.