Monday, June 05, 2006

Hey! Yes, I know its 5:30 in thge morning and I should be sleeping but I have some great news!

My last dose of IL-2 just finished! Yippee Skippee! Time to start getting better. I winder how lonf it will take the nausea ti subsite, but I plan on easting a Schotzky's Sandwich as soond as possible!

Thanks for all the complements on my new hair cut. It is continuing to evolve from army-cut to soft baby's butt cutt, to not hair all all. Updates to come.

14 comments:

lilbro77 said...

Way to go bro~

Keeping fighting...

No+hing nice ever las+.\ said...

happen to pass by..eh, must take care ya?..all the best :)

Barb said...

Hi Jason,
I am a friend of your Aunt Joyce in Michigan. You are on my daily prayer list and I'm also doing Reiki treatments for you. My husban, Tom, had Interferon in 2003 for kidney cancer. It's nasty stuff but necessary. He's doing well. His advice: stay positive!
Keep on keeping on..
Barb

Scagnetti said...

J-
I'll take a medium Original, no mustard sub mayo, witth the minestrone soup while yer at Schlotzsky's. Thanks budddy. What a great wife this guy IS!!

Kate said...

Man am I jealous. They closed down all the Schlotzsky's near me. Could you get me a vegetarian sandwich on jalapeƱo cheese bread while you're there. Just go ahead and Fex Ex it to my work.

Thanks man, you're the best.

I'm also so glad to hear how well you're doing. You are amazing.

Jeterman5000 said...

hey man! just checking on ya! sounding very positive!

Jeff said...

I dont like schlotskys but I love u.

Luv,
the Michi-texa-fornian.

chris & kelly dizzle said...

Schlotskys rocks, but I think you need some Pappasito's (you know - our favorite!).

lapaz said...

Hi Jason,
I am a friend of your Aunt Judi. She has told me quite a bit about you and is very proud and fond of you. I have a very good friend who was treated at Anderson. He is starting his third year beyond his prognosis. Hang tough. I am including a poem that you may know, but I hope you find it helpful.

William Ernest Henley. 1849–1903

Invictus

OUT of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.

In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud.
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.

It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.

Don't give up.

lesli said...

Hey Jason,

jeff told me about this and i've been catching up. keep fighting your ass off! you have a lot of fight in you - stay positive. people could learn a lot from your attitude. my best to jen, jacob, and you.

Larry Meathe said...

Hang in there big guy.

The Meathe Mob is behind you all the way.

Larry Meathe said...

Hang in there big guy.

The Meathe Mob is behind you all the way.

Chris mom said...

You're an amazing man, Jason Connelly. My son and dtr-in-law are honored to be your friend. You're like the clown punching bag: no matter how many hits you take, you just keep getting back up - AND - you're always smiling along the way!
Stephanie Walker

VNTuongLai said...

You’re invited to view my video “Bat Khuat (Tap 4)” which features the song Bat Khuat that was inspired by the poem Invictus.
URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ul9AcIDleIw