|Go Brooke! Wish I felt better this day.|
I researched and my dad called the airline to find out if we would have any problems getting through security. All in all, TSA was wonderful. They didn't believe me that my diaper bag needed to be hand inspected because I had ice-packs covering the suspicious "bombs". I made it a goal to not use the word bomb, but really in my day to day life that's what we call them.
So security took a long time, about thirty minutes longer than the rest of my family because I had to be hand inspected and all my medicines had to be tested for vapors. I remain patient and kind with the TSA workers and they were great.
I did learn that you can't bring an ice-pack through security that is partially defrosted. They must be fully frozen when you go through security. If it has gel they have to throw it away.
I thought it would be fun to go through security and bring twenty "bombs" of infusion, but it was much less eventful than I was expecting. I did learn some things about the job of a TSA worker and how meticulous they have to be for everyone who comes through the airport. I had an educational experience and was able to travel with my thousands and thousands of dollars of medication and made it to Boise.
The rest of the trip was hard on my body. The full moon was coming, which always makes my body act up, but I think the travel also took a toll. I wasn't able to watch Brooke walk at graduation, but I did get to go to her party. I spent a lot of the trip in my hotel room sleeping and getting IV fluids. It was sad for me, but I just had to realize I am doing the best I can.
I'm so proud of Brooke and loved meeting her and her friends. I hope to go back there soon and visit her when I feel stronger on a more consistent basis.
|This "bomb" is the size of an apple (merrem). I have another the size of a grapefruit(zithromax). I do multiple each day.|