It's been a bit since I posted we've had a few things happen. So they found a lesion in his right hip and we were sent to the Radiation Specialist and an Orthopedic Doctor to discuss next steps to reduce the lesion, thankfully it's small and is sitting on top of the hip bone. Now … Continue reading The Sky is Falling…
"...The amount of appointments we are attending have become overwhelming.... " I haven't updated in a few because well Life Goes on and on regardless of weather we are sick, well, stressed, happy, sad, etc. Life simply goes on and we have to go with the flow. The treatments are going well and thankfully there … Continue reading Life Goes On…
It will never be the same but I'll take normal... Today was treatment day so we headed out early to the Cancer Center which thankfully is literally across the street from our house. There always seems to be a long wait for them to take him to the back for his shot and today we … Continue reading Chemo Day
" Don't worry... I'm not going anywhere" My husband's youngest came today for dinner. She's taking the news really bad and when she saw her father she just held him and cried. They both cried and I let them cry, I went and retrieved a box of Kleenex and let the two of them carry … Continue reading It’s Okay to Cry
"Thank God for Uneventful Weeks!" We made it through week 2 of chemo rather uneventfully. Although my husband did suffer another bout of hiccups we were able to stop them within a few hours of their starting. We were worried we'd have a repeat of last week but for the most part the hiccups … Continue reading We’ve Made it Through Week 2
"This boils me...." So what's the deal with all the sugary processed snacks they have trays of at the Cancer Center??? This really boils my blood only because everyone seems to say that sugar feeds cancer. So why in the world would they have all this out there for patients mind you this picture is … Continue reading What’s with all the Snacks?
"I feel physically sick, nauseated, dizzy, and so heart broken..." I never even imagined it would be this difficult to tell my husband's children about the diagnosis of cancer. I feel physically sick, Nauseated, Dizzy and Heart Broken, and worse we had to send this information through an email because gathering them all together just … Continue reading Giving News I Never Dream I’d Give.