Today was such an amazing day! Why? Today is the first time in over a month that I didn’t have to take pain killers. WHAT! My head felt great, the best it has in months. I’m not sure if it’s from the steroids or just that I’m healing more every day. But no pain to… Continue reading Picture Perfect
If you would have asked me 6 months ago when we were going to have baby number 2, you probably would have gotten a response along the lines of “one and done!” or “I’m not sure if we will have more children.” It’s not that Sarah is a bad child, Sarah is wonderful. Sarah is… Continue reading A change of heart
Cancer is not pretty people. I’m 5 radiation and 2 chemo treatments in and I’m over it. The fatigue is so intense. I can wake up at 8 and be ready for a nap by 10. Except that my nap gets interrupted by the fact that my lunch wants to resurface. And my head has… Continue reading What if God was one of us?
I have to admit, I didn’t think I would be in this good of shape 10 days after having major brain surgery that most brain surgeons deemed was “inoperable.” I think good shape is a relative term, but I’m a pretty functional human being for the most part. I’m able to feed and dress myself,… Continue reading 10 days out
Today was one of those days where I simply felt good. I had more energy than I’ve had in a while (although this energy has now been completely used up and is gone!) I walked a lot, put on my make up and I rocked this new awesome shirt my sister in law sent me! I… Continue reading A feel good day
I’m happy to announce that I am writing today’s update from the comfort of our hotel room! Sure, it’s not home, but I was discharged yesterday and am able to rest more and rest more comfortably here without 5 IVs coming out of my arms and being woken up to get shots and medications and… Continue reading Thankful
I’m definitely lacking creativity when it comes to titles but I just had brain surgery so that’s all you get lol. One of the biggest risks with this surgery is hydrocephalus, which would mean there is fluid in my brain. If that happens, that would mean another surgery and they would have to place a shunt… Continue reading O2