In the last few days my life has been doctor phone calls, taking pills, internet learning and taking naps. Not terribly exciting, but we are trying to detox my body so that I can really be strong for the chemo and for all the alternative procedures & pills I will be doing.
I am trying to get my digestive system corrected (all that anesthesia being asleep in three probes has disrupted my system). It seems I am full with just the smallest amount of food — feels like I am taking dietary pills! I have lost enough weight before being hospitalized, so I do not want to lose more now.
I continue to feel so many peoples’ love and concern for my recovery. That makes this isolation and struggle so much easier on my outlook. Thank you all so much for following on the blog. I know that many of you want to visit or call…. I am just not up to that yet. There will come a time when I will ask for a visit or call.
Two doctor’s appointments tomorrow, one fro my digestion and one to hear more about my cancer. Don’t know how much I will know yet.
I am thankful for my spirit. Every once in a while I get a flashing “Woe is me” moment or two, but I pull right out of it. My spirit has always been one of Henry Ford’s quote: “People say they can, people say the can’t — and they are always right!” So true. You all know me and I always try to think positive in every situation. Have not always successful in everything I do, but I will sure give it my best.
That is why I hope that you share this blog with other people who may be having health issues. Maybe some positive thing I say can also help them. That has forever been my life’s goal — to motivate.