From Well to Hell

Taken in May 2014, San Jose Mission, San Antonio, Texas

Taken in May 2014, San Jose Mission, San Antonio, Texas

The picture doesn’t have much to add to this post, except that I use a metaphor on windows to talk about interactions in the soul. Seems I stand on one side of a window and can peer into “well” or look outside and see “hell.” Or is it the other way around? Maybe when the window shutters close and I’m left to my own vices, hell comes alive the most.

The name of the post says it all as far as the last two weeks of physical health is concerned. This morning I release the latest video update, which has a few more details than my last written blog. You can find it by going to the menu, clicking on video, and following the link.

Yesterday, antibiotics were stopped and my jugular line was pulled. I show some of that at the end of the video, kind of cool to see if you like that sort of stuff.

I am due to start my every 14 days of chemo as of Thursday 28th. My platelets are too low. Platelets are a necessary part of clotting. They need to probably be 50,000 or greater. This morning, they had risen from the 20’s to the 30’s. Not sure if chemo will start or I’ll be sent home. Will find out this afternoon.

I feel better. The hospital food here is just horrendous. Still waiting to see what will happen. Please enjoy the new video.

About Robert I Baxter

Greatest Commandment is #1. Follower of Jesus, husband, father, RN, love photography, cancer survivor of Burkitt's twice (2008 & 2014). Stem Cell transplant November 2014. Work in a neonatal ICU.
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One Response to From Well to Hell

  1. Caroline says:

    Get something good to eat! Praying for you!

    Like

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