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Going to a friends for an early Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

I had a bad time with the nausea last night, I didn't throw up, but I wish I could have, I think it would have made me feel better. I had the dry heaves instead. Before I went to bed, I sat watching tv with a bucket in my lap just in case. I took my Compezine, but that stuff works better at preventing nausea than stopping it. They do give me Zofran through the IV before my chemo; next time I will ask about how long that wears off and when I can take my Compezine after I get home, to hopefully prevent that. I'm going to dig out my insurance book too, and see what other nausea meds are covered in my plan, and maybe ask my doctor if something else would work better.

Today my tummy is feeling better, but both my legs are a little sore; I think mostly from my injections yesterday.

After I posted my blog yesterday, my friend Von called. She is having her family Thanksgiving this afternoon at 4pm. She knew that my mom and I did not make any plans this year, with both us not feeling good from health issues, and also not having the heart for it with this being the first one without my dad; so she and her husband were talking and they decided they wanted us to join them, so we will be going over there after my radiation treatment today, (The reason I am blogging early today, will probably be not be back home until around 6pm today.) I won't be able to eat much, but that is ok; the company is more important than the meal. And I am glad my mom and sister will be able to enjoy a good meal.

I did part of my Peggy Cappy yoga DVD today; I was tired so I stuck with something slow and gentle today. Could only do about 10 minutes of the upper body part though, my shoulders and arms tired out quickly today. I slept in a little this morning but still feeling kind of fatigue, so I will take it easy the rest of today so I can get through radiation and dinner.



  
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OPALMOON 11/24/2011 9:46AM

    So sorry to hear you felt unwell yesterday, Shari. I hope you and your Mom and sister were able to enjoy the company of your friends. Take care - you had a big day yesterday, plus with the radiation it is no wonder you are feeling tired and sore. Have a good rest tonight!

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AMYBINTN 11/24/2011 8:33AM

    I'm sorry you've been feeling so bad! I think zofran comes in a tablet that disolves on your tongue because my nurse practitioner gave me a prescription for it due to my migraines. But my insurance wouldn't cover it for me because I think it is intended for chemo patients. Maybe you could get some to take at home to give you some relief. Hope you're feeling better soon!
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ELLFIN3 11/23/2011 10:09PM

    I hope You were able to enjoy the evening! Rest up over the weekend! Love Ya!! emoticon emoticon

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1STATEOFDENIAL 11/23/2011 8:30PM

    Hope you had fun with good company.

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CELLOPLAYER1 11/23/2011 5:48PM

    I hope you enjoy your time with friends and family. We will be going to friends tomorrow.

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NURSNANA 11/23/2011 2:15PM

    Hey Shari, So sorry you were sick last night. Hope you can get a medication that will work better for you next time. I am so thankful you, your mom and sister will be going to Thanksgiving dinner at your friends home today! Have a wonderful time!

Happy Thanksgiving!
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BETHGILLIGAN 11/23/2011 12:17PM

    Sorry to hear you're not feeling well. Hope you feel better as the day goes on and have a good time with your friends and family.

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HANOVERLADY 11/23/2011 11:47AM

    What a cute kitty photo! Enjoy your day today with your mom and your friend.

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3 appointments today, but things went smoothly

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Even with 3 appointments, things went pretty smoothly today.

First was the pain clinic; I got 4 injections today, for the shoulder pain, pain in both hips, and one in the back. I had sedation with them so they did not hurt much. While I was getting them done, my mom called the clinic where I get the chemo, (because I had forgotten to call them before I left for the pain clinic) to tell them I'd be late for my chemo because of my radiation appointment, but they told me go ahead and come when I was done at the pain clinic, because that way, I could go right home after radiation and it wouldn't be such a long day for me. I got a refill for my pain pill, and 2nd prescription for a pain pill that is a bit stronger if the the one I am usually using isn't working.

When I had my chemo, I told my nurse about the nausea I had on Friday; she suggested taking my nausea meds Thursday night at bedtime, and maybe that would prevent me from waking up in the morning feeling sick. I have next week off from chemo. Since I wasn't expecting to go to chemo right after the pain clinic, I didn't have my "chemo bag" with me which had my water and snacks and all that stuff in it, (but I did have my Kindle with me!); so after I had my blood drawn today, my mom went over to the hospital, which is just a few yards away from the clinic, and got us both lunch from the cafeteria.

I was back home about half an hour, and my friend Von picked me up for me radiation. Tomorrow, I have to see the doctor there after my treatment, but after that, my "doctor day" will be on Tuesdays.

I am really glad I was able to get the chemo done before the radiation today; otherwise, I'd probably just be leaving the clinic now. I was extra tired today from the sedatives I had at the pain clinic, so I am grateful to have had the shorter day. After tomorrow, I don't go back for radiation until Monday, since they will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.

The cancer center is pretty well stocked up on hats now, so I asked one of my friends that works at the hospital if they can use infant hats, and she said yes; in fact, they really need some now as the lady that use to make the hats stopped doing it. So she is going to bring me a hat for a sample so that I can see exactly what size they want the, and I will find some patterns I can crochet or make on my knitting loom and make some baby hats.I think this project is going to be fun!

  
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HANOVERLADY 11/23/2011 11:45AM

    Glad you had help from your mom and Von. And also glad you had your Kindle - isn't it awful if you end up with nothing to read? ACK! Have a great Thanksgiving - glad you'll have a few days off from treatment.

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OPALMOON 11/23/2011 2:01AM

    Wow Shari, what a full on day! Glad you made it through...I hope you can sleep well tonight and be pain free.

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    Hang in there! Rest is a good thing! emoticon

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OUTDOORGIRL69 11/22/2011 10:01PM

    You were really busy today. Get some rest my friend

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KERRYG155 11/22/2011 8:24PM

    rough day but glad it went smoothly and you got to go home after the chemo and it's nice that you found a place that needs your hats.

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1STATEOFDENIAL 11/22/2011 7:00PM

    I like the idea of you doing hats for babies. I want to share a story that was aired on my local news a few months back to give you an idea of how adorable the hats you make will be on the babies who get them:

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Doing less personalizations would allow you to do more hats of course. After seeing the beautiful job you've done with the chemo hats, I can't wait to see the baby hats you make.

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MOM2NATURE 11/22/2011 5:59PM

    You are a strong person to tolerate all that you have to deal with. I admire you! Especially for the fact that you are willing to work through your pain and make hats for babies!
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BETHGILLIGAN 11/22/2011 5:50PM

    Wow! You had a busy, busy day! No wonder you are tired!! Get a good night's rest!!!

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NURSNANA 11/22/2011 5:12PM

    Hey Shari, You had a lot to do today! So glad you could get home sooner than expected. Hope all four of your shots work well to keep you more comfortable. And, I am glad to hear you have a stronger pain pill to take when the other one doesn't relieve your pain. Pain control is so important. I have to get injections in my joints without sedation, it hurts, but worth it if it calms down my pain. Aww, baby hats will be fun to make!! You are so sweet and a very special lady to make so many chemo hats for the patients that need them. What a wonderful ministry you have Shari! I admire how you reach out and help others by making hats, and all the beautiful kitchen towels! Hope you can sleep well tonight, ~hugs~ Nancy

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ELLFIN3 11/22/2011 5:00PM

    I am glad all went well today! I hope the shots will help with the pain! emoticon on making the baby hats! That is fantastic!!!! Love Ya!! emoticon

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BEST_LIFE_NOW 11/22/2011 4:42PM

  Yeah for babies!

Your day sounds exhausting. Glad you get the long weekend.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your mom and sister ... And whoever else you invite!

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Started radiation today

Monday, November 21, 2011

I made my usual Monday morning trip to Meijer for groceries. The store was busy, I think a lot of people are getting ready for their Thanksgiving day dinners, but still, it wasn't bad shopping in there today, even sitting in the electric cart. I stopped in the yarn aisle when I noticed some signs on some of it that there was a price reduction, so even though I hadn't planned on shopping for yarn today, I took a look. The lady working in that aisle was so nice; she asked what I was making and I told her about my chemo hats. We also talked about people we knew with cancer, and she called me a hero! ( I don't think of myself that way but it was nice to hear.)

That is one of the few things I miss about my old job at Walmart, just taking the time to talk with customers, without trying to "sell" them something. A lot of them were elderly people who were lonely and didn't get out of the house much, that were just glad to have a friendly conversation with someone. There were also a few customers who I did not know outside of the store, but they always looked for me when they came in to shop, just to see how I was doing; I miss seeing them. But I do not miss dealing with the crowds when the store was busy or the rude and demanding customers.

Usually when I am in my electric cart, I feel that a lot of the time people either act like I am invisible, or annoyed because I am "in the way"; today I had people actually apologizing to ME for being in my way; they actually were not, but it was still nice to have people be friendly. It just goes to show that a smile or a kind word can go a long way to brighten up someones day. And after I checked out, I was parking the cart back in it's spot, and planned on getting a regular shopping cart like I normally do to take my things to the car, (the electric carts cannot be taken outside), but the lady that was doing the door greeting offered to get a cart for me, and she helped me load the shopping cart.

My radiation appointment was at 3:12pm today, (the reason for the odd time is because they schedule appointments for treatments 12 minutes apart), and my friend Von took me today, so that I could take a pain pill after I got home from shopping. My mom had an appointment today at the pain clinic, so she wasn't able to drive today. The radiation center is about a 15 minute trip from my house and most of it is on the freeway. The rest of my appointments will be at 2:12pm Monday through Friday. Tomorrow, I have an appointment at the pain clinic in the morning, my mom will take me to that, (always have to have a driver for those appointments, because if I need an injection, they give sedation with those.) Von already told me that she will pick me up again tomorrow for radiation, which is great because it will give my mom a break. I have chemo as soon as I get back to town after the rads, so Von will drop me off at the clinic and another friend will pick me up and take me back home when I am done. I feel like I am part of a "tag team" lol, but I'm glad everything is in place to get me to the places I need to be tomorrow.

Whew! I am already tired out for the day and it's not even 5pm yet. I will glad to have the 4 day break from all the medical stuff over Thanksgiving.

Since I will probably be nauseous again after my chemo, and will have to be eating bland foods the rest of the week, I am going make a little something special for my dinner tonight; will be making a single serving size pizza using a Boboli crust.

  
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PMCFARM 11/24/2011 11:07PM

  Shari, you are a hero and such a wonderful example to so many of us! When our lives get so complicated we can always look to you to find the strength and courage to take that next step! Thank you...hope you week continues to be blessed. emoticon

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CMRAND54 11/22/2011 7:15PM

    You are a hero to me, too! I hope you enjoyed your pizza.

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BEST_LIFE_NOW 11/22/2011 8:23AM

  You are a hero Shari .... You are thoughtful and helpful.

I'm glad you have a good support system. That's got to help.

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CAROLYN0107 11/22/2011 7:32AM

    Shari... I have admired you ever since we put the three small cancer teams together to become one. That seems like a LONG time ago! So you and your Mom have to plan your trips to the pain clinic... or your times when you one or the other can't drive. You must really need to have an involved calendar to make it to all your appointments. I hope you enjoyed your pizza and for something special to eat before you go on your bland diet for the rest of the week. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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OPALMOON 11/22/2011 5:49AM

    Dear Shari, you are a hero to so many of us here on Spark! I am always inspired by your positive attitude to everything. I am glad people were nice at the shop today! So good to hear that you have all that support around you so you can get to your appointments. After such a full day, it is no surprise you are tired! Have good rest tonight, and all the best for tomorrow.

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BUTEAFULL 11/22/2011 3:19AM

    great support system you can count on. fingers crossed the side affects are minimal my friend
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1STATEOFDENIAL 11/21/2011 11:25PM

    It's so great that you have wonderful friends and family willing to help get you where you need to go. You are definitely loved! Hopefully the radiation treatments will do you a lot of good and you can go back to focusing on other things instead of having to deal with so much pain.

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KERRYG155 11/21/2011 10:31PM

    I noticed the store was really busy when I went in today-with shoppers and stockers! Glad you were able to get an electric cart as they are sometimes hard to get. Also very happy you have your mom and friends to get you where you need to be!

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ANGIEINTRAINING 11/21/2011 7:58PM

    You are a hero! Never forget it either! You could choose to give up or fight and your chose to fight. That is a hero in my book! Stay strong!

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ELLFIN3 11/21/2011 7:50PM

    I am glad You have such wonderful Friends who are willing to step and help! A Big emoticon for them!! You are inspiring and a great example! Rest up and have a good Tuesday!!! Love Ya!! emoticon

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CIRANDELLA 11/21/2011 7:28PM

    You're one of my favorite, most inspiring heroines on Spark, Shari! I can see why that woman reacted as she did :) Good for you, for finding a little treat for this week - something you'll be able to enjoy. I imagine it's quite a weight lifted from your shoulder to have your mom and Von to rely on, transportation-wise - what a very demanding plan of action you're coping with right now. Continued strength and peace to you as you face all of this.

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MOTTAMAMALOU 11/21/2011 7:07PM

    You are the nicest lady!
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BETHGILLIGAN 11/21/2011 6:01PM

    How wonderful to have such nice friends. I must say I think you are a hero also! You are definitely one brave and strong woman!!!

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NURSNANA 11/21/2011 5:57PM

    Hey Shari, I bet you are tired, you have had a busy day! It is great you have friends and your mom to help you out with transportation to your appointments. I am always amazed at the kindness of so many people in the stores where I have to use the scooter. Many times when I am just looking at what is on the top shelf, they volunteer to get something down for me! I can usually reach everything without help. The stores are going to be crowded from now on due to the holidays. unless you get there very early. It takes longer to shop when there is a crowd. I had a problem with the battery running out on me half way through Walmart last week. One of the store employees got someone to bring me another cart. Again, going early is a good idea, because the batteries have been charged up overnight. Enjoy that special Pizza!! You're my hero too! :)
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TUFFYBIRD 11/21/2011 4:53PM

    I think you're a hero too!!!

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Starting radiation tomorrow

Sunday, November 20, 2011

I went to church with my mom this morning, it was a nice service. My shoulder was really hurting but most of the time I was able to keep my mind off from it. I needed another pain pill though as soon as I got home. Also got into my pjs after getting home; it's very cold out today and I just wanted to be comfortable.

I tried out my Jodi Stolove Chair Dancing DVD, it was fun, (and it gets your heart rate up!) but I was only able to do 28 minutes of it. My hips were getting sore so I had to cut the workout short.

I was surprised to get a call this afternoon from the radiation center; they want me to start tomorrow afternoon, but that is a good thing; the sooner I start, the sooner it will be done. It will still give me plenty of time to get my grocery shopping done in the morning too without being in a rush.

  
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HANOVERLADY 11/21/2011 4:32PM

    Sending lots of good thoughts your way that the radiation will help with the pain.

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SNUZSUZ 11/21/2011 3:25AM

    So glad you made it to church. My prayers are with you for your radiation tomorrow:)

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ELLFIN3 11/20/2011 7:48PM

    I am glad You were able to go to Church this morning! I hope all will go well tomorrow! As always You are in My thoughts and prayers!! Love Ya!! emoticon

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LINDAJ0621 11/20/2011 7:47PM

    I hope the radiation provides some quick relief to the pain, Shari. You are so amazing to do all you do while contending with so much pain! You are an inspiration to us all!
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BETHGILLIGAN 11/20/2011 7:26PM

    Snuggled in warm jammies on a cold day sounds good to me!!! Glad you got to church and still had the energy to work out. Love your attitude with the radiation!!! Hopefully, that will ease some pain.

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OPALMOON 11/20/2011 7:10PM

    Hi Shari, it's great to hear you were able to get out to church and do a work out as well despite being in pain! Have a restful evening and hope all goes well with the radiation treatment. I will be thinking of you.

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CIRANDELLA 11/20/2011 7:00PM

    I think 28 minutes of the chair workout is great! Your cardiovascular system undoubtedly thanks you for it, too. Upper-body workouts can get the ticker movin'! And here's to a lessening of that pain via your upcoming radiation. Glad you can get started so soon, too.

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BUNNONE 11/20/2011 5:40PM

    Glad to hear you are starting the radiation. Pain relief should follow. Try to stay warm and comfortable.

It's hard for me to imagine the cold weather. We're still in the 80's here in Texas.



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KEL_BEL_FX3 11/20/2011 5:39PM

    Definitely sooner is better. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers!

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NURSNANA 11/20/2011 4:34PM

    Hey Shari, So glad you were able to go to church with your mom. I know it is not easy to go when you are having pain. I am glad you enjoyed the service. The chair dancing dvd, kinda sounds like it could be similiar to Zumba! It sounds like a lot of fun, glad you could give it a try today. Hope you have a relaxing evening. Will be thinking about you tomorrow.

Take care my friend.
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BEST_LIFE_NOW 11/20/2011 3:36PM

  I've been thinking of you a lot. I hope you get some quick relief with the radiation. emoticon

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PUDLECRAZY 11/20/2011 3:36PM

    Great! I agree, the sooner the better.

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Nausea yesterday, feeling "out of sorts" today

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Not a good day yesterday, had issues with nausea. I'm not sure if was from the chemo, (which I had on Tuesday) or something else. I was queasy on the ride to the hospital and back for my CT scan, a 15 minute trip each way. I had taken my Compezine, but it really didn't kick in and start working til after I was back home, then it made it sleepy; I pretty much slept the day away yesterday and went to bed early last night.

Still feeling sluggish today; I think it's because I ended up getting TOO much sleep. I have gone to bed very, very early the past two nights, so I am awake long before I need to be in the morning. I really need to get my sleep schedule back on track. Still feeling a little nauseated too; not severe enough to have to take the Compezine, but enough that I have to stick to a very bland diet for now.

Feeling irritable and "out of sorts" today too. This morning, I intended to put some Sta-bil in the lawn mower before storing it away for the winter, but I could not get the gas cap on the mower to open, it just would not budge, not even with pliers. (I have a friend coming over Monday to do it for me though.) Then as I shoved the mower back into the shed with frustration, the roof rake fell over and the handle hit me on the head; I now I have a small "goose egg" on my forehead from it. (Good thing I have bangs, it looks like it's going to bruise too.) And with all the stores having their holiday ads on tv, it's making me feel blue, with this being the first Christmas without my dad. It's not going to be easy getting through the holidays this year, especially having to start a new chemo regimen and go through radiation too.

I watched part of my Jodi Stolove chair exercise dvd last night; it looks like it will be fun, and it's pretty fast paced too. I don't have the energy to try it out today, but I did some bicep curls and some seated leg extensions on my stability ball today. If I can get some good sleep tonight, I am hoping to try out the DVD tomorrow after I am home from church. (Hoping to make it to church anyway, I missed it last week because of my pain issues.)

Catching up on the laundry with what is left of my afternoon. I am really hoping tomorrow my tummy and my outlook will be better.

  
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PATRICIA441 11/20/2011 9:42PM

  Been reading your blogs. So much going on Shari. Bless your dear heart. I pray the radiation helps with the pain. Sending very tender hugs your way. Pat

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KERRYG155 11/19/2011 9:46PM

    You exercised and got laundry done which is better than me! Sorry about the bump on the head-that must have hurt.

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OUTDOORGIRL69 11/19/2011 8:41PM

    Yes it will be hard, but you will get through it with the help of all of us. You have the strength to do it.

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ELLFIN3 11/19/2011 7:43PM

    I hope You feel better tomorrow! It is hard to deal with loss when You feel good. It is even harder when You feel bad! Just know Your Dad will be with You this Christmas-He is watching over You! Love Ya!! emoticon

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CELLOPLAYER1 11/19/2011 7:34PM

    I agree it will be a tough Christmas. This will be our first without my father-in-law and my father. My mom will be coming to visit over Christmas but not sure of the details yet.

Hang in there you are a strong woman.

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PMCFARM 11/19/2011 5:50PM

  Shari, yes it's gonna be a very difficult Christmas without your Dad... and this is something time doesn't change... but over the coming years, in your memories of him, you may find yourself doing many of those things that made your memories! Life is really a cycle, beginnings and endings seem to merge without any clearly seen break.You might want to use this year to think about what Christmas really is, not what it has become. emoticon emoticon

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NURSNANA 11/19/2011 3:21PM

    Hey Shari, Oh No, sorry the rake hit you in the forehead! That must have hurt! I hope it doesn't bring on a headache. Dealing with nausea and having to ride over to the hospital would not be easy. Compazine has been a good drug for nausea for many years. It does make you sleepy, which can be a good thing if you are really feeling nauseated. I hope the queasiness resolves soon. I would feel irritable and out of sorts too. Sounds like you have had a rough couple of days. I understand how sad it is to face the holiday season without your dad. I still remember our first Christmas without my dad. We will all be here with you Shari, through the holidays and all of your chemo and radiation treatments. We want to give you all the love and support you need. We lift you up in our prayers every day. What a comfort it is to know that God is with us always. Hope you feel well enough to go to church tomorrow morning. Church can be such a blessing, it lifts us up and gives us hope.
Take good care my friend. ~hugs~ Nancy
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CIRANDELLA 11/19/2011 3:05PM

    I think your outlook actually sounds pretty forward-looking, reasonable, and well-planned, all things considered. It really is going to be a difficult holiday season for you, Shari. Keep your eyes open, though, for all those little sources of unexpected joy and happiness; it becomes especially important during darker times. You're doing admirably well, though! And remember, when you watch Jodi's chair workout, your brain cells are mentally rehearsing what your body will be doing, so it's time well spent. emoticon

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FITSMALLCLOTHES 11/19/2011 2:38PM

    Sounds like you cope very well. Drink the water when you can.
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