First Trip after all the Cancer Treatments.

I am finally finished with all my cancer treatments. So in-between doctor visits we decided to go and see our youngest grandson. He is going to BlinnΒ  Jr College In Bryan Texas/College Station Texas. We always drive down and I always do the driving, even though Charlotte says that she would drive some. It was a good 91/2 hour trip, and I guess dealing with the cancer took more out of me than I thought for I was one tired puppy when we got there.

Colten was at work when we got into town and he did not get off till late. The plan was to meet up with him before he went to work on Saturday. He woke up late, plus he realized he had to work from 10 am to 5 pm. His Mom and dad came up from Houston so we all hung out till Colten got off work. Our oldest grandson only works about 30 miles away so we all met him half way. We felt truly blessed because it turns out we got to see the whole family.

Sunday morning we met the kids down in the lobby of the motel. We had a good time drinking coffee and visiting with each other. We were waiting on Colten to get around and text us that he was ready for us to meet up with him. Finley his mom called him and woke him up. We met him for lunch, then took him shopping for some clothes. I noticed a lot of parents had their college kids out buying the clothes and shoes.

The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library is located on the Texas A&M campus. So we went in to check it out.

Afterwards we asked Colten where he would like to eat. He said that the Mad Taco was a great place so we took him their. Jeremy and Aubrey had to get back to Houston and we headed back toward Amarillo.

Hated to leave but all good things must come to an end.

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22 thoughts on “First Trip after all the Cancer Treatments.

  1. Hey Harbin,
    As you know, I haven’t been blogging for a while so I didn’t realise about your cancer. I am really glad to hear that you’ve completed and that you’re up and about, enjoying your life.I wish you a full and steady recovery. And I look forward to reading about all your upcoming adventures.

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  2. Good to see you on a “road trip!” Be gentle with yourself…you have been through so much. The body is a miracle and it can handle so much…but it will tell you when it has had enough. Sending good thoughts to you and praying for your continued health!

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  3. I liked the photos in the Presidential library and your goofy last picture, Jim. Driving that far would wear me out, even without any chemo or reason! Smiles, Robin πŸŒ…

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