Answers

This blog is really quiet, isn’t it? I’m sorry for not updating sooner. October has been a rough month around here. I’m still experiencing all sorts of side effects from my chemo. Plus I had a sinus infection that lasted for weeks. And our youngest had a nasty cold. Both girls had birthdays in early … Continue reading Answers

Story

One of my favorite things to do is to sit and listen. I love to listen to stories and conversations. Love it. Surprisingly, I have a favorite part of my chemotherapy treatments: listening to stories. You see, 99.999% of the time I am the youngest patient in the room. By like 20–30 years, at least. … Continue reading Story

Eight Minutes

At the end of July I came down with a cold. On Sunday, July 31, our hospital and a local funeral home held a Memorial Service, as part of their program, In God’s Arms, for all the babies who died this past spring. That wasn’t easy. It’s so hard to process this in the middle … Continue reading Eight Minutes

Powerless

Hello, hello! I’m alive. Barely feels like it some days, but I am in fact still living. I need to figure out where I left off. These next few posts are going to be messy because, well, I’m feeling very messy. First of all, thank you to everyone for your amazing generous support to our … Continue reading Powerless

Help

Chemotherapy is getting harder and harder for our family. I’m not rebounding as fast and as well as I would like. I finally get back on my feet just in time for my next treatment. Grocery shopping and meal planning—pretty much everyday, normal life—has fallen by the wayside, so we need your help. Several of … Continue reading Help

Read the Label

I’m back. I’m back and I have a little PSA: Always read the label of any medication you take. This is about to get personal… I’m currently taking stool softeners to help counter some of the effects of my medications. Well, the night before my last treatment I ran out of my prescription and started … Continue reading Read the Label