Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 962

Today I am thankful:

For my oncology team, because they always have a solution to side effects.

For no chemo today or next week, so an unexpected two-week break.

Because my chemo-induced low white count and my Avastin-induced high blood pressure can be fixed.


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5 thoughts on “Day 962

  1. I’m so grateful that you get a two-week break! That will be such a relief for your achie twingies! I’m keeping the other stuff in my prayers that all will be healed. xoxoxo

    • I’m a little apprehensive that the cancer might grow in these 2 weeks. But I’m trying to stay positive knowing that if any of the obvious symptoms return, my team is just a phone call away. ūüėÄ

      • That thought had occurred to me too…but I’m focusing on “cure” and trust that your team knows what’s best in the long run. ‚̧

  2. The “highs” and “lows” of your life certainly do take concrete form, don’t they?
    I hope all goes well these two weeks. What a blessing that team must be for you.

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