While taking the first set of radiation treatments, you get to know people who have appts about the same time as you do. It becomes like a “little family” in an odd way. During my rough nauseous days, I was focused on “dodging smells” more than anything. So I was not real observant on my worst days. About a week after going on Zofran, I was approached by a little white haired lady while waiting for my radiation treatment appt. She sat down next to me & said, “Honey, how are you doing today?” I said, “I am ok.” (even though I felt pretty bad) She said, “I could see you were having a real hard time & I have been praying for you the last week. And I just wanted to make sure you were ok.” I was speechless & didn’t know what to say. Eventually, I did tell her THANK YOU. But it just goes to show you never know who’s watching & looking out for you in their own way. I get goose bumps when I think of this encounter.