Well, tomorrow will be the 5th round of chemo. The only part about it that I am looking forward to is a visit with a friend that I have not seen in a long time. Now that I am into the routine, I think I know what to expect. I expect tomorrow and Friday to be fine. Saturday and Sunday will likely be days I will want to stay pretty close to home. Next week, I expect I will be really, really wiped out.
My verse for tomorrow comes from Isaiah 40:31: Those that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength....they shall walk and not faint. You know when to pray!
Last week I made a difficult decision to stop teaching. My last 1/2 day will be this Friday, May 14. This decision made me very sad because teaching is my passion.
I am just amazed at the outpouring of LOVE from family and friends. The meals continue to be delivered. The mail is loaded with inspirational cards and some new summer hats. Friends transport me all over town when I am too afraid to drive. Students make pink ribbon projects. My family spoils me in so many ways. My heavenly father is awake at night when I am so I have someone to talk to. The Beatles knew what they were talking about: "All You Need is Love."
Keagan read an interesting fact to me the other day. Fact: A female is diagnosed with breast cancer once every three minutes. Please pray for all of us who have been affected by breast cancer.
That's it for now!