Where have I been? OMGoodness, the last two years have been a nightmare! My husband was diagnosed with colon cancer. Two weeks after his surgery, I broke my arm. Then in 2020, it was almost a rerun. His colon cancer was gone, but some cells had escaped before surgery and went to his lungs. All of last year was spent fighting lung cancer. It ended this year when the Dr. said the chemo wasn’t working, the cancer was getting worse.
My husband decided to stop his chemo, he had his chemo port taken out of his chest, and he’s decided to live the rest of his life that is left, chemo free. It’s kind of like on TV, they say 6 months to 2 years, because that’s what other people have had. I’m praying for longer!
This will not be a blog about how my family survives with cancer. This blog will still be about hope, and helping others. I’m still going to show and talk about making cards and sending them to Children’s Hospitals! I’m hoping you will stick with me as we continue our journey to encourage kids with dealing with health issues. I’s not going to be sad, we won’t know if any of the kids don’t survive. Our job is to keep them happy, with encouraging cards for them to have and share with their family or friends, sometimes staff.
We have a grandson that we adopted 8 years ago who will be 10 in May. Also, we have a 14 year old granddaughter living with us who has mental health issues. We’re also remote learning, we are never bored! lol
I hope to see you again soon! 🙂 Thanks for sticking around! 🙂