The other night, at 3am, my wide-awake daughter kept telling me “I married at you! I married at you!” Whaaaa? It took some time and me having to wake up a little more to discover that “married” now means “sad”. … Continue reading
This is our first chemo Christmas, and hopefully our last. In the meantime we are making the best of it. Thanks to Pinterest and Google I have found some some solutions to the five main problems that chemo patients will … Continue reading
These points are not all that original and won’t solve the world’s problems, but they have had a remarkable affect on me. They have helped me deal with life more gracefully, when I would have probably become an alcoholic or had a complete breakdown otherwise.
Tomorrow I find out if my son’s cancer is gone or if we have another six months of worry and hospitals ahead. Not every day will be easy. Not every day will be happy. But I refuse to let cancer ruin my son or my’s life. Continue reading
I say thank you to God on a daily basis. I think being outwardly appreciative of God showing up is vital. But when I say thank you cancer, I am not negating God’s role. I just feel like its important to look at the good stuff that can only come from the terrible stuff. Sometimes you have to be broken down before you can be rebuilt stronger. Sometimes you have to be thrown into an unexpected life situation before you can grow. Sometimes life is hard, and that is okay. Continue reading
This Thursday we find out if my son is cancer free or if we get a new treatment plan. Cancer free means we wait a month, make sure nothing grows back, and then we get a remission plan complete with … Continue reading