We haven’t been out to breakfast since two weeks before Turner was born! Stewart gets up and is off to work before Turner and I wake up. And, on weekends, we like to take our time and have our coffee in bed before we go downstairs to make breakfast.
This past Tuesday, Stewart had to be in Charleston by 6 am to get his port removed (yay). A port is just a little device that’s installed below the skin and is connected to a vein. It’s used so chemo drugs can be infused through that instead of through a needle in the arm. So, he had to leave the house by 5:30 am, which is way to early for me and the munchkin to be out of the house. So, instead of going with him, I decided to pack up Turner and meet him for a nice breakfast downtown!
The procedure was done by 8:30. It was a super easy process. They just used a local anesthesia, so he was good to go once they sewed him back up! We met him at the hospital and headed to Sweetwater Cafe for breakfast. That was the first time we took Turner out to breakfast!
I know, we’re insane. We’re just not big breakfast diner outers! But, needless to say, we had a great time! It was fun sharing all of our dishes with each other. Turner wanted it all (he’s a mini beast). We had eggs, toast, sausage, pancakes, OJ, and coffee. It was a nice treat for all of us!
We’ve gotten pretty good at turning lemons into lemonade lately. Glad to be closing that cancer chapter. Hopefully we’re done with the scary stuff for a while, and we can focus on sunshine and butterflies. Here’s to happiness and good health!