Good morning sunshine!!
This morning has been quite a God thing. I have had energy like I haven’t had in months. Arm doesn’t hurt (jut tingles). And I got up and jumped on a to-do-list that must be 6 months old if it’s a day.
I hope this God thing becomes a regular thing. I may end up paying for this later but I am going to enjoy every second of it.
Let me give you a run down on this week at CTCA. Dr. Castro, who is with “Quality of Life”, was my hero this week. My arm was hurting so bad and she came to my rescue during infusion and gave me morphine to stop the pain immediately and she changed my meds to a type that works on the nerve to stop nerve pain instead just covering up the general pain. This nerve pain med takes 4 or 5 days – 3 doses per day to build up in my system to take effect. But this morning (only after 2 doses) I have no pain. That is why I call today a God thing. Other than that, the time at CTCA was lighter and smoother than we have had in a long time. After lab draws, meeting with our PA to set up chemo, scheduling for the following week, and infusion we were out of there.
We did not run into Linda and Jonathan, even though we communicated on Facebook while we were there and looked everywhere to see if we could see them. Pray for Jonathan as he is on a 5x a week chemo regimen. I can’t imagine how that has to effect him.
Please continue to Pray for Gene. The last we heard, his first chemo injection was supposed to be today.
Connie an Doug I. still need our prayers. We have not been able to reach them for Doug’s exact status but God knows exactly what he needs.
There are other prayer request on the “Prayer Request” page so browse those as you have a chance.
God is so good to us and I love to be able to share what he is doing in my life. Today I feel well enough to go with Lori to pick up the kids from school for the second time, which is a milestone. This is usually way out of my capabilities.
Love all of you guys! I hope you are having a good day, too.