Friday, October 9, 2009
Progress and hope
Progress is being made. Maren had her port successfully de-accessed by the home nurse this afternoon. That means one less thing to bother her and one less thing to worry about. She seems to be doing very well overall. I noticed some slight peeling on the palms of her hands that I hope will remain minimal. I finally admitted to myself today that we have too much stress in our lives. I don't want to complain, because really we have it much better than most people in the world, but the stress of 2 little ones, Jeremy's residency and accompanying resident's salary(not that I'm not grateful that he has a job, but it sure would be nice to hire a cleaning service once in a while =), and med school/residency is such a long process in general I'm ready to move on), and Maren's illness/isolation/treatment schedule turns out to be quite a bit to handle. I really am trying to make the best of it, because we do have it good, and because I know full well that things don't always get better this side of heaven, but I am grateful tonight for my faith in God and the love we've been shown from the body of Christ, and the eternal hope we have. Nothing else would get me through.
- We're still here, I promise
- 13 more days to go, still hanging in there
- Another good day.
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- Wingard to do list:
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- The good, the bad, and the ugly
- looking better
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