Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Looks like a good destination for a motorcycle ride



This place is less than one hundred miles from us, so I believe we'll have to make it a motorcycle ride at some point.  Reservations are necessary, so if it rained (fat chance) we would be taking the car, of course.    

I'm in a pretty foul mood lately.  My daughter is feeling the effects of chemo, and while it's her lonesome valley to walk and I can't walk it for her, it still bums me out.  


6 comments:

TARYTERRE said...

Sorry to hear about your daughter. I haven't been keeping up with her blog. I apologize. Moms feel their children's pain. It's just something we do. CANCER sucks, period. I'd like to kick it's you know what to the curb for all the loved ones of mine it hurt. Now a segway... Enjoy that ride when the opportunity arises. take care.

Carlene Noggle said...

Donna, saying I'm sorry doesn't seem good enough. Right now, to say that I am so mad at cancer for hurting your daughter is an understatement. I wish I could be like a super hero and go woop it's evil ass and throw it back into the lake of hell from where it had to come from. I pray daily for her to get well, to beat this, to feel okay and to be able to cope with the treatments...I also pray for you my friend because I know how bad your heart must be hurting...I feel bad that all I can offer are my prayers and my caring. love, Carlene

Jon said...

Several of my relatives have gone through chemo and it really is a hellish experience and a tedious process. I can understand the physical agony that your daughter is experiencing and the mental anguish that you're going through.

Hey, I like the Woody Guthrie song!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Every time my children have ever been sick, I've felt sick too. So I can understand what you are saying about your daughter there. Chemo is a hard thing to go through. I'll be praying that it does the job and gets rid of that cancer and that your daughter is feeling better real soon.

Margaret said...

Chemo effects are cumulative. They will get worse before they get better. But she has a great prognosis and a healthy chemo-free future ahead of her! xoxo

Missie said...

My mom is currently undergoing chemo for lung cancer, as yes, we can't take the walk for them but we can take the walk with them. I'm at every chemo treatment with my mom so she knows she's not a lone.

That does look like a good destination for a motorcycle ride. Just be careful.