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A sad day...

Friday, August 19, 2011

Yesterday we found out my husbands grandma has 1 to 1.5 years to live with brain cancer...so sad. I love her like my own, even with her attitude at times. I don't know why this is happening, but I hope for a good outcome. She will begin radiation and chemo next month. This can shrink the cancer but it will most likely come back. All I can do now is pray. I know that it can work miracles, so I hoping for this!

I am supposed to walk for 10 to 15 minutes every 2 or 3 hours today for my quickfire challenge, I am going to try my best. This is my hardest challenge only because of the kids here at home with me. I was going to take them out for a few walks in the neighborhood, but it is cloudy looking today...

On top of trying to get that walking in, I want to either do some yoga or strength of some sort. I found my tae-bo dvd last night! I haven't seen or heard of that for a long time! I am scared to try that, but could only imagine the burn I would get from it.

I suppose, I am going to finish up on here and make a start to my day. Keep moving everyone!!
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  • TMCHANDLER
    So sry about this...we lost my papa almost a year ago from cancer...and it is a very bad disease that has taken a lot of my family and luvd ones...i know that its hard but i just keep telling my self that they are no longer suffering and are resting comfortly...hoping for a better out come for ur family...will keep u and them, in my thoughts a prayers!
    1863 days ago
  • MAKINYEMI
    Just hang in there. I will keep you all in my prayer.
    1865 days ago
  • LRK4CHRIST
    Sorry for the sad day. We all have them at times. I just hope and pray that things pick up for you and the time you felt u lost is some how gained. Be blessed!
    1865 days ago
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