I'm updating now that radiation is over and chemo is resuming. I'm
keeping this short, but it was too good not to post…
I was wheeled into chemo and the first guy I saw was wearing a U of L
shirt. I remember thinking, “Oh no…this is bad luck.” I ended up
starting with him to my left…some other guy was sitting next to him
on the other side. He saw my UK shirt and immediately started into
smack about Saturdays game…to him, it was obvious that Louisville
was going to win. I was already feeling sick and he wasn't helping.
Then I puked…usually I have time to react, but not this time…and
yes, Big Red was right in the “Splash Zone.”
I was escorted out and given a more private area. A few minutes ago I
heard the guy yell “No way will I wear that!” the guy sitting next to
him was wearing a Kentucky shirt…and he had an extra UK shirt for
the guy to wear…
I wish I could get a picture…but I can't lie…I feel better now.
And that's how my day is going…
Rescan did show reformation and growth. Not much can be said about
that…that's why I'm doing what I'm doing!! I'm not really thinking
about much but getting to go home tonight. I miss my guys.
I am an ICF trained Certified Professional Christian Life Coach (Christian Coach Institute Graduate), Motivational and Inspirational Speaker, mentor to women and an author. I am an author, blogger, ICF trained Certified Professional Christian Life Coach, Motivational and Inspirational Speaker and encourager. More than anything, I define myself as a child of God. I simply desire to use my passion for thriving (getting every single drop out of life) to inspire others. I have overcome disabilities (coloboma vision-loss, severe hearing-loss and a small right arm). I am a double brain cancer survivor. I use the story God has given me to move beyond what I am surviving and thrive in His promises. I enjoy being a wife to Steve for over 12 years and mother to three boys (ages 9, 7 and 4).