Monthly Archives: November 2014

#165–Thankful, but not for those pesky little things . . .

  I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving. I spent mine feasting with my neighbors. We all had a great time. Since this is a day of thanks, I’d like to reiterate my thanks for my friends near and far, … Continue reading

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#164–The second time around . . .

  I had my second round of chemo last Wednesday––a week ago. It went well. No glitches and the drug that takes so long, only took three hours to drip in (down from 3 1/2 hours the time before). The … Continue reading

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#163–A new look . . .

  The doctor said my hair would start falling out about the 14th day after the first chemo treatment. So on the 13th day after chemo, I had an appointment to have my head shaved and fitted for a wig … Continue reading

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#162–Weak week requires friends . . .

  “Boy, do you ever owe me big time!” Theresa jokingly said as she came in bearing groceries for me. I felt like saying, “Get in line!” All week, my friends came through big time. This past week, the chemo/cancer … Continue reading

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