I still get tired easily, and we never have liked to drive more than a few hours anyway – and Waco fit the bill at 196 miles. Coming through College Station on Highway 6, we ran into a vicious thunderstorm. I was glad to stop when we did.
I completed radiation treatment on March 10 and while I have said before I’m not writing about the details of treatment, I will say that the next to last session was particularly rough. Then, the final radiation therapy was easy. We hired a firm to relocate the RV to Goodrich on the 11th on the next day. If you’re interested in why I prefer not to write about the treatment…
Our bucket list – and it’s long – has had the Presidential libraries on it for a while. We have seen Clinton’s library together, and we wanted to see the G.H.W. Bush Presidential Library Center in College Station while we were in Livingston. The detour got in the way a little bit, but we thought we might get a weekend off before treatments started. However, since College Station is 90 minutes away, we had to find a way to take care of Sugar, Izzy, and little Pepper.
Heather and Jose wanted to join us for lunch, so we met at the Ol’ Rail Road Cafe in Rosenburg. I had seen the Rosenburg Railroad Museum on the map, and since ElizaBeth and I are always early wherever we go, we swung by there before lunch.