Remember me? Kathy? The person who writes this blog?
I am finally back and fully recuperated from my trip across the pond to Ireland! What a beautiful country, so much history and so many places to explore. It was such a wonderful trip with family and friends. Over 40 of us flew over to participate in my cousins wedding! So much dancing! I’ll insert a few photos at the bottom of this post.
Jet lag was not my friend in Ireland or back here in the US. After a few days of misery, and some retail therapy at Topshop, I finally adjusted to the time change enough to really start enjoying myself. We went on several tours and out to plenty of pubs and we even stayed in a castle for a few nights before heading back home to the states. When I feel sick now, I stop and think things like, “is this really that bad? I mean you’ve had chemo, you’ve felt the lowest of the low.” I used to think, during chemo, that these kinds of thoughts would eventually comfort me, they don’t.
I’m really glad to be back home and fully recovered from my second dose of jet lag. And not only that, but my emotional side effects of being diagnosed with AVN. It took me longer than I thought it would, or then I wanted it to, but I’ve finally gotten myself back to a healthy and productive mental space. It sucks that I’ll have to deal with this for the rest of my life, but there’s no sense crying over something that I can’t change. I’ve just got to keep chugging along and doing what I need to do, get my life back together!
Got a lot of posts and videos planned for the next few weeks so stay tuned!
Hanging out in the Lobby
When you order coffee in Ireland
Supporting our team at Ross Castle!
A funny polaroid from the wedding
Some of my Topshop swag!
A stop on our tour of Dingle!
Super classy meal
Dinner with the family!