My Country Life
This is not the news you were expecting, I know. Three seems like too many. UNFAIR, indeed. But the GOOD news is it's NOT 10 or 8 or 7, etc. She has a fight on her hands, but she's tough. She can do it. you hang in there, too Donna.
Donna--I KNOW how scary this is, but this is a treatable form of cancer and she sounds ready to face it! Can I help in any way? Please let me know if you want to talk or have any questions.I have some: Is she happy with her oncologist? Are they up on the latest treatments? Do they have the cool radiation machine that has leaves in it that direct the radiation exactly where it's supposed to go? What kind of chemo will she be on? Anyway, it's important to stay positive, focused and ask LOTS OF QUESTIONS. Love you.
Margaret's comment above is very encouraging. It's early days yet, but I had to cry a tear or two when I read your FB status earlier. I was so hoping nothing would be found in the nodes. Hang in there and stay strong. You've got a VERY STRONG daughter there, surrounded by love. That counts for a lot!
Sending prayers and hugs your way! It's not news that we want to hear but it's better to know what she's up against. Right now she needs to heal and rest from surgery. It'll all take time.
I admit I stopped by here twice last night with tears in my eyes and couldn't find the words for how I feel. I've been reading yours and Rachel's blogs for a long time and though I don't know you personally I feel your pain because I've been down this road with two of my loved ones. I care and will continue to keep all of you in prayers. Wish there were more I could do.
I love comments!