Friday, January 13, 2012


Yesterday I survived the dentist, not my favorite, but he did a good job and they helped with some of the discomfort of dry mouth and sores that you sometimes get with chemo. Today is the first of the big days where we go in for a scan and see how things are. The doctor will then read the scans and let us know on Tuesday how things are going. Needless to say I am a little nervous about this. I know that the Lord has me in his Hands so I just need to relex and move forward. As soon as we know what is going on, we will post the procedures on the web.

This has been a good week. I have been able to talk to many friends and I am even learning some new things, stretching for me. My sister worked with me on some handwork yesterday and Sister Shelly Visage is going to work on crocheting (this will be a real trick) If this works out everyone will be getting homemade items. I love all the hats that people have crochet or knitted for me. We have had wood delivered, cards , pictures, food, but mostly the chance to talk with you makes me so happy. I have missed everyone and the things I do, but all of the work has been picked up and nothing is missing. I appreciate your love, friendship, kindness, prayer and fasting. No one goes this alone and I am grateful you on this journey with me.

I have enjoyed talking with all of you. You brighten my day. What a blessing friends and families are. Thanks again to Sara Anne and Dede for doing this blog. They are amazing and it has been fun for me.



Gwen said...

Hey there Sheri-loo. Have you tried holding crushed pebble ice in your mouth while receiving chemo? Ron Crouch swore this helped him immensely. It hurts holding the cold ice there, but try is as long as you can, and it may help with the sores, etc. Just a thought to try. Love you, hang in there. We are praying for you. Love Gwen

Heidi Gail Richhart said...

Hey we are always thinking about you.

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