In theory that leaves only one round of chemo left and then the vital biopsy test to confirm "molecular remission" with PCR. So I'm halfway?
I'm still trying to get a handle on my energy levels: starting at the weekend I had 4ish days where I struggled to do more than lie down and read fanfic, 1 day of getting the OU assignment done on time (turns out, I'm still deadline-driven, even when ill). Today I had the fidgets after a long time sitting around in E10, so I walked from the hospital to the station cab rank to see if I could. And yes, I was tired when I got there and had to do a lot of sitting down after I got home, but that's the furthest I've walked since 7th August, and a lot further than anything prior.
If I spend the next four days mostly in bed tired, I'll be less ambitious about walking distances :-)
Change is coming as Louise is going home on 5th November. Her housesitter gave notice, she has a bunch of things to sort out at home, and I am doing so much better now that I think we will be okay so long as I don't catch anything that sends me back into hospital. This chemo cycle has gone so much better than the previous one that it makes me feel quite optimistic. Tony and I will have to put a bit of thought into re-dividing the household labour, but that's not a problem, just a task to get done. We'll have some help most weeks from my mother, and if it turns out that we really aren't coping even so, we can ask Louise to come back.