|When I first learned I was going to have chemo I thought losing my hair WAS going to be the worst thing that could happen. This was a card I got from Ann Main. Nothing like getting sympathy from someone who has walked in my shoes.|
During the past three weeks I have received a number of blessings in the form of cards, phone calls, visits, prays and sweet thoughtful gifts. I'll let the pictures tell the story.
|Twelve more books? What can I say? I'm overwhelmed!|
|I just wanted to show a close up of how incredibly soft this prayer shawl looks. What a lovely ministry, too.|
|This is just another angle of the cap on my head. I can let it rest above my ears or let it fall over the tops of my ears. Either way, it's perfect.|
Chemo tomorrow. You may not hear from me for a few days. Pray the mad medicine man in the chemo village is in a good mood this time.