Saturday, June 26, 2010

Paul said it perfectly, "You are upset because you have lived a normal life since February"

I took one look at the hospital gown, the port in my arm and started balling my eyes out.
Over & over in my head I kept thinking, I don't want to be here. I don't want bad news, I don't want my life to change again....I don't want to add another page to my Hospital journey scrapbook. I have a weekend + 2 days to go.

I use to find it funny that I new every hallway, every floor of the hospitals. I know which floors have the hot chocolate machines! One time we were waiting to see Dr Maki and the machine was broken. People were standing around holding empty coffee cups. I said," Hey, let's take the elevator up to 8 and get it! I know they have a mocha latte's too!" I crowded in an elevator with a few people and we rode it up to coffee heaven.

I am taking a very deep breathe and look forward to a beautiful weekend.

Hugs, love and many smooches!


Anonymous said...

Praying for great results Tuesday!
Love ya,

Eileen said...

Love your site! My daughter, Beth, is 28 and has had angiosarcoma for 2 years. Like you, she is trying to avoid an all out chemo war. I noticed that you love water and salt baths. So does Beth. You HAVE to try Himalayan pink salt for baths.We put in essential oils too. It is the best!! A bit pricey, but for those special detox occasions...=)