More Minutes – November 27, 2013

::faithful – Thank you Lord for today! 

::news from the cancer battlefield – I am home and resting comfortably, thank YOU, Advil!  I’m trying to cough and laugh gently, and take my prescribed walks around the house to encourage the internal plumbing to work.  Dr. Cloven said that during the Cancer Eradication Ceremony she didn’t see any physical evidence that the cancer had spread outside the uterus.  Final pathology will be back on Monday.

::creative – Knitting like crazy!! Mostly because there’s not much else to do at the moment.  Made a beret for Princess Pea while I was in the hospital; started one for Cherry Ames this morning.

::pondering – healing and getting my strength back, and dealing with instantaneous menopause. So far, not so bad.  Of course, it’s only been 48 hours.

::delicious – Thank you for the chili, Angela!  The kids ate the rest of it this morning for breakfast.  Princess Pea or someone will bring the pan back this afternoon.

::fashionable – I’m wearing my polka dot pajamas.  In fact, I plan to stay in my pajamas for several days.  They are soft and comfy. 

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Record the Minutes. Keep the Faith.

EMail Anglea Pea


6 thoughts on “More Minutes – November 27, 2013

  1. Praise God! I kept checking back for an update and was getting concerned. You sound so positive Angela and that makes all the difference in the world.

    Much love…I will be praying for you specifically on Friday. xoxo

  2. Menopause isn’t for wimps but hopefully it’s gentle for you. My mama had maybe a few months at the most, my grandma just a bit longer, me . . . well not so lucky but hey I’m not complaining.
    You are amazing Angela, I wish you the very best. I’ve never had pj day, sounds most awesome!!
    Blessings my friend!

  3. Was just catching up on blogs, so I just read through your last few posts.
    So sorry to hear about the cancer, I will keep you in my prayers. I do love how positive your posts have been! I think faith in God and positive thoughts make a big difference in ones ability to recover and fight sickness!

    I do hope you are feeling better today and that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow!

  4. So glad to hear you are resting. You are not alone while you wait. I had to have a biopsy yesterday for a multicolored lesion on my backside. I never knew it was there. Since my uncle developed melanoma, he has been insisting that we all be checked.

    I had a script, but kept putting it off. Then, I developed a strange, painful rash on my fingers that pushed me to go.

    I was a bit surprised, but left feeling peaceful. Then, later, I felt a little scared. 3 weeks to wait for results seems long for me.

    How long will you wait?

    Well, I didn’t mean to make this about me.

    I am very thankful today for the finger rash. I know it was God’s way to get this, as my husband calls me, Old Girl going. When everyone at the table mentions what they are thankful for, I think I will say, “Finger rashes.”

    God Bless and I pray for your change of life going smoothly as well as a complete recovery. I am sure that your lifestyle will aid this immensely.

    Happy Thanksgiving Angela.

  5. Angela, I am glad to hear you are home and resting. I love the comment “menopause is not for wimps” in the comments. I think you will do just fine because you have already shown great courage…you are no wimp! I will continue to keep y’all in my prayers.

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