Why? Because the level of my fatigue and shortness of breath worried him. So I ended up spending 8 hours in hospital undergoing a bunch of tests and scans to rule out potentially dangerous possibilities . . . which they did. I don't have a blood clot or heart disease, I have not had a heart attack, etc.
I'm just exhausted from the chemo.
So perhaps during this two week "recovery" break I can actually manage to get going on my hoped-for mini-campaign using Clarence Harrison's "Victory Without Quarter" rules (slightly modified for my "Alpian Wars" 16th century setting).
I have been thinking about asking a few fellows to help in terms of making some of the initial choices for assembling commands and setting orders of march and so forth . . . to make sure that I don't "rig" the battle against those vile Stagonians.
Frankly the troops are ready but my table isn't. It has lots of stuff on it that I just have not been able to gather the energy to clean up. And I still have to make roads. I purchased vinyl for this months ago but have yet to cut it into roads . . . *sigh* . . . I just didn't realize how totally fatiguing the chemotherapy would be.
But hopefully I can recover enough in this two week stretch to get started on the "Alpian Wars".