Please pray for her. Please add her to your prayer chain. She needs all the positive thoughts coming her way as possible in the upcoming weeks as she continues to battle the horrible pain she has been in and the Chemotherapy yet to come. Her name is Randi. Picture her here as you pray for her survival.
Thank you so much!
Chemo is a real pain. Books, video games and if she can laugh, comedy shows. There's something about laughter that makes the immune system kick back in.
Saying prayers. Sending good thoughts and big hugs.
Hugs and strength for you both.
Prayers being sent for healing, patience, and guidance as you all navigate this course.
I will keep her in my thoughts and picture her healthy and whole again.
Millions of hugs to you.
Divorced 2009, Closing on house Nov 2011 -
No longer waiting for the other "she" to drop.
Also----If you work, and are planning on being a support for her, driving, helping at home etc. please please please get FMLA paperwork filled out sooner than later. This will help you and protect you should need to drop everything and be at her side.
Prayers of strength to you and her new H. Caring for a patient with cancer can be almost as grueling as the treatments are for the patient.
I don't know how much day to day care you'll be involved with but if you want any hints, tips or just want a shoulder to lean on you can PM me. I just went thru non-Hodgkins lymphoma with FWSO. He was in treatment for 3 years. He won his battle and I know your DD will too.
[This message edited by jrc1963 at 1:31 PM, July 31st (Thursday)]
Trying to understand the behavior of some people is like trying to smell the color 9
We're in this one for all and all for one.
And sending strength to your family.
In my effort to be *concise*, I often come off as blunt and harsh. Sorry, don't mean to be offensive.