Yes, this is from Victoria’s Secret! It had bottoms too, but I threw them away. Too Hot! I’ve always been too hot. Yup, never worn warm snuggly sweaters or sweatshirts because I’m always too hot. I keep my winter coat in the car but rarely wear it. Then Came Breast Cancer Suddenly I couldn’t stay warm enough. I had extreme exhaustion during and after radiation.
Today I have a special guest post that I’m quite excited about. As most of you know, I’ve really been down with breast cancer and complications. I’m trying to plug habits I had well-established back into place. For instance, brushing my teeth. You may say really, Phyllis, you stopped brushing your teeth! When my fatigue was the worst I remember standing at the bathroom sink
When You Love Someone with Cancer The article above is the first article I wrote with this title. The boy in the photos is our son Eric. He had leukemia when he was 18 months old. He required 3 1/2 years of chemo and this is him today with his wife and daughter. Loving someone with cancer He’s one of my heroes. He went
Are you free to follow your heart? I guess that depends on who you ask. God’s word says: “The heart [is] deceitful above all [things], and desperately wicked: who can know it?” Jer 17:9 KJV R. C. Sproul, Jr. says “Our calling isn’t to follow our hearts. Our calling is to have our hearts informed by, directed by, the clear and plain teaching of the
Are you all still sheltering in place? Let me know in the comments or by email. I would love to be able to pray for you now that I have more time since I need to rest often. Written earlier, but not finished: All the prep work is done and I’m physically prepared to start radiation on Monday the 18th. I will go in at
Hi Ladies, How is everyone doing with staying home? Are you building and/or repairing relationships with your family members? Having all this family time can bring difficulties to the surface. I’m praying for you. Please let me know if you have a special need. It’s been a while so I wanted to let you know I’m still here. Breast cancer has certainly slowed me down,
Hi Ladies, How are you all doing? Everyone hunkered down? Are you finding some new things to do? Are you enjoying this extra time with your family? Are you trying not to worry about Covid-19? I know I am doing all the things above, and then some. They diagnosed me with breast cancer. I’ve been doing all the things that need to get done before