Thursday, December 3, 2015

Half way!

Just checking in, I am officially half way through my chemo treatment! Yahoo!!!  Let me just say, chemo is not for sissies. A tough bunch we breast cancer survivors are. (-;   I spend most of my time recovering, resting, spending time with family and visiting my favorite sewing blogs. The sewing bug has left me for now, (As has my hair!) ) I look forward to the return of both. Take care and have a wonderful Christmas holiday. Hug your family tight.


Stay happy
Keep sewing
And if you can't sew
Enjoy a beautiful tree!



25 comments:

  1. I wish you and your family well - courage, hope and love. Lots of ice blocks too. (I don't know what you call them in the States...frozen treats on a stick LOL)

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  2. Thank you for the well wishes! I do love frozen treats!

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  3. I'm glad to see your face:) I will be praying for you as you take on the last half of chemo. May you and your family have a most blessed and merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you Angela, may your family have a blessed Christmas as well!

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  4. Sending healing and positive vibes! Sewing mojo and hair will return
    Cynthia

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  5. I continue to pray for you. It does get better. A 24 year breast cancer survivor.

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  6. A beautiful smile that goes along with a beautiful tree!

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  7. All good wishes & prayers as you conquer the monster! And plenty of fresh ginger ~ just in case you get nauseous from the chemo....

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  8. Thank you Vicki! Keeping nausea at bay is a full time job!

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  9. Get a fresh ginger root, peel the skin off of a piece, maybe 1"x1" with the edge of a spoon. Finely grate. Squeeze juice from it & remove pulp. Add honey totaste. If you have asthma add a shake of black pepper too. (This has cured asthma in 4 people I know, my son & bro in law & a 2 friends of mine.)
    Ginger is used for many cancer patients as well as pregnant women to treat nausea. I really hope this helps you, I'm just an everyday mom who dealt with asthma in my son for 15 years until I got on board with the honey and ginger. His pulmonary doctor cannot believe how he is doing! Best of luck, and if you need any more help please don't hesitate to email me.

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  10. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas. Keeping you in my prayers.

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    1. Thank you Eflinda, Merry Christmas to you and your family !

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  11. Lovely to see you smiling Kelly, despite the ordeal you are going through. Sending my best wishes for your ongoing recovery and a very happy Christmas.

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    1. Thank you Jean, I wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas!

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  12. Your smile says it all - you are a strong lady & can do this ! Continued prayers from a fellow "Zonie "

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    1. Thank you MaryEllen! Merry Christmas !

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  13. So wonderful to hear about your progress!! And done with a smile!!

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  14. Happy New Year Kelly ... thinking of you. (Hair is overrated anyway, right?)

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    1. Thank you Debbie! Happy New Year to you!

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