It's by my side every other week and yes, I get a lot of strange looks at even some comments about it.

I call it my "murse" or my man-purse and it carries my chemo meds and pump inside. Every other week, after treatment at the oncology clinic, I get to take this home and it continuously administers chemo to me for another 46 hours straight.  I have a "love-hate" relationship with my murse.  I love what it's doing for me.  I hate that I have to tote it around everywhere I go (including the shower.)  As far as the comments, I've been asked by security if they can search my "purse."  And I've been asked by many gas station clerks "what's THAT?"  I explain calmly.  They mean no disrespect.  They just don't know.

That's why I wanted to show you.  You can also see the pic of what is inside - including the grey pump and the bag of chemo.  I get rid of it today - until it comes back into my life September 22.

Scott Steele