… and I know you do, or at least, if you are anything like me, then I know you do. My last post was a bit vague, and I apologize for that. I’m not sure how to write about what I’ve been dealing with this past week. Thankfully, my sister is good with words and is able to write about it.
You can read about it at her blog here.
So yeah, cancer – the big “C” word. It’s a bad word and I really never thought I’d have to deal with it. It was one of those things that other people deal with, but not my family. I suppose I’ve been wrong before.
I haven’t done much of anything except sit at the hospital this past week with my mom and my sister. It’s been a long and stressful week – more so for my mom than me, but still, stressful. I did take some time today to check out an art festival, do some shopping for jewelry supplies online and watch Bridge to Tarabithia (not a good one to watch if you are already emotional – I should have known, the book made me cry like a baby when I was elementary school). It was nice to do those things, but I felt badly that I was not with my mom. I think I’ll head back up to the hospital in the morning because I’d rather be there, reading a magazine with my mom than at home making jewelry.
I have my priorities.
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I’m so sorry. I’ll be praying for you guys. Let me know if you need me.
*surrounding you, your mom, and everybody with loving, healing thoughts*hugs,Denise
*hug*I am so sorry. Lots of good thoughts and love to you and your family.Call me if you need anything.
So sorry. I’ll be thinking about you guys. (((hugs))))*That’s a great picture, btw!*
All of my love, good thoughts, and warmest wishes to you and your family! *Hugs!*
Best wishes to your mom and your family. It’s tough but you’ll get through it together.
sending you healing thoughts! hugs!
Ah, crap, I’m sorry. I just read the details on your sister’s blog and that is not a fun journey to be on. You guys are in my prayers.
Hugs to you and your family.
I’m sorry to hear that. I send prayers and hopes that everything will work out.