Tuesday, January 13, 2009

How long?

Dr. Needles stated that depending on my blood counts and scans I could most likely go another 6 months with chemo (Temodar). It was a good visit today. I am thankful and relieved he made a decision about the chemo. Yes, not one I wanted to hear but thankful none the less.

My January chemo starts on Friday.
I wait for the LORD, my soul waits
and in his word I put my hope.
Psalm 130:5

Taking it month to month or (really day to day)...

k-

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey! Ho! It's ME! (Again...)
Shocker.... Got the news @ the chemo and the month-to-month, nay, day-to-day plan. Will be praying for your heart, for your body, for your blood counts, for your colon (ha!), for your PEACE about everything in regards to this appt today. Glad you described it as "good." Praying still. Love and hugs...L Jo

peskitaliano said...

Kate- praying for you as you look to Jesus day to day (hour to hour!) He is faithful and your strength! What a fun time I had with you last week! I miss you and love you and your family so much- In Him, Jen (Italia)

Anonymous said...

Hi Kate~
Just popping in to say hello and let you know you are all in our heart, thoughts, and prayers. Praying that your chemo cycle goes as well as it can, remember to cut your carbs today to ward off some of your side effets;)
Keep pressing on, your doing a great job.

How is your mom feeling?
Danielle (IN)

Anonymous said...

Hi Kate! Just wanted to say "Hi" and that we are still praying for you. Glad to hear your appt went well. I know you would prefer to be done with the chemo... and the side effects (also praying for those, by the way!).

Hope to see you soon, maybe over chips and salsa again!

Hugs,
Stacey