1. Gary

    What you’re going through is more than the average person could actually know or take. I have watched my wife go through the same ordeal as you, though, her treatments weren’t as long as yours still, it’s quite an ordeal. I had to sit down and pray not only for a speedy recovery for her but also for me to have the strength to be there for her when she was in a mean-spirited, sometimes demoralizing, and sometimes a self-pity state of mind. I know that she didn’t mean to be in those states and she came through it. And may I also say that it really does “test” one. I admire your courage and in just a few more treatments it’ll be over. This disease tends to leave some people very bitter, I don’t see that in you. Well, don’t won’t to ramble on just wanted to let you know that you do have someone on Twitter who does listen. Godspeed.

    • Carol Anne

      >>> This disease tends to leave some people very bitter, I don’t see that in you. <<<

      Thank you for this. It means a lot to me. I appreciate your kind words.

  2. Gary

    Oh! one more thing I simply love your “About Me” section here; it’s so refreshing to read about someone who speaks so honestly. (It’s just so rare these days ~too many self-indulged folks) Well, take good care!

  3. I’m glad to hear that you’re in a good mood. It must be scary what you’re going through… but I agree that the simplest act of affection can work wonders, even if it’s only the animal kingdom… or the blogiverse. ::hugs::

    stopping in from the lbs tea party.

  4. I love watching the birds. We have a set of Robin parents who are flying around with their babies and still collecting bugs to feed their young babies. It’s interesting to watch the animal world. You would think so much is instinctual when actually most of it is taught the the babies by the parents. We watch the same dynamics take place with the squirrels. The mama squirrel shows her babies how to gather food, cross the fence safely, etc. It’s a joy to watch. Sending healing energy your way. Going through stages of anger is normal but focusing on the positive and surrounding yourself with positive people and energy can help. I recently met a wonderful lady who survived cancer and is very up beat. You can connect with her on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/nadine.ndcns

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