Handsome dude!...and yes, best medicine by far. Good luck with radiation treatments.. and look how far you've come! I ordered chicks. Am I nutz? Tell me I'm not.
It must be wonderful having him home. And you look so good!
What a great lift to a long and difficult winter - I know what it's like to be missing children! And what better medicine could you have?In just a few more days, too, you can say you are half way through your radiation!Keep warm, enjoy this special time with your son......Sending you big warm hugs.Janet
Karen, I love my chicks. Well, if you are referring to the fuzzy, peeping kind. Sara, Excellent work on finishing your first treatments. Keep on keeping on. And your son looks like fun. If I ever make it that direction to visit Maryann, we're going to look him up LOL.
Sara, you must be thrilled to have Cody home. Have a wonderful visit!!
He must have lifted your spirits up to the sky. You look fantastic.
I certainly can relate to haveing one of the 'kids' home! And I wish you lots of strength on the rest of your treatments.I can relate to so much of your Nova Scotia adventure....love those glass pieces too. It would be wonderful to see some photos about how you make your window art.Take care and have fun with the son!Flora
I'm counting down with you.
Hi, Just found your Blog, when searching for something about Aspotogan. I have read quite a lot of your posts to find out a bit more about you. I was very sorry to read about your breast cancer, but you seem to be having good care and the right treatment. Our son has started 9 weeks of chemotherapy at South Shore this morning for testicular cancer. All the best, and I will follow your Blog.
Post a Comment