This will be my first ever blog
so here it is!
[FONT=FreeSans, sans-serif][COLOR=Blue][SIZE=3] .. My mom and dad were just below middle class America, in financial status, but I learned a great many lessons of life, at their hands. The greatest lesson I ever learned was never told by my mother and she loved to embarrass me with odd tales from my youth, but the greatest lesson I ever learned was a matter of deep shame to her and
This is a day I will never forget. And you know me, of course I took pictures too.
Yesterday (4-30) morning, before work, I dropped off some Bible studies for mom, but I didn't get to talk to her as it was early in the morning and she was still sleeping.
I called her in the afternoon as I was coming home from work like I do everyday. I could tell from the sound of her voice she sounded like she was having a good day. She indeed said she felt a bit queasy, but thanks
Yo! I already have a blog, so I'll figure I'll post updates here!
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Mom went for chemo treatment number 2 on Monday. She said she could feel all the prayers because she had been dreading her treatment for days because she had just begun to feel better, but when the day came, she had peace about it.
When I went to see her yesterday, she looked groggy (a result of the meds from chemo), but good. Her hair is coming out quite quickly now. She grabbed a lock of hair, gently pulled, and it was in her hands. She laughed about it though and said now it won't