Debbie, This sounds like a great idea for a site. Promises to be very informative.
I'm very sorry to hear of your health problems. I have an idea of what your going through. I too have cancer. mine is of unknown primary. I have been the chemo and radaition route also. No fun is it. i will be including you in my prayers. Stay positive. email@example.com
Glad to here from you Dodie. Yes it's no picnic. I do the test next Monday. And we go from there. A friend of mine and Nancy,s Jim, and I have the same Cancer ( Rena cell Carcinoma Fuhrman Grade3) . He is taking a pill called Nexavar. If I have too would rather do the pill and not the chemo. Like I said just have to wait and see. Hope you are doing ok. And my prayers are with you. Take Care Debbie
Hi Debbie, you seem to be doing well thank the Lord. I'm surprised to hear that you will be returning to work so soon. You asked how to get more energy - plenty of rest, hopefully sleep and lots of tlc won't go amiss.
Our cat Charly is behaving differently (what's new) since we came back from our holiday, she usually goes in the huff for quite a long time on our return - this time she is doing the very opposite, she won't let us out of her sight. She will insist on sleeping on our bed and guess what part - right in the middle so that we are perched on the edges and scared to move in case we disturb her. Hopefully she will soon feel secure again until November. Let's hope she hasn't learned to read in our absence. I was reading in the newsletter about training cats not to do certain things, I remember using the spray bottle to deter Charly from frightening our tropical fish. She doesn't even give them the time of day now.
Keep doing what you have been doing as it seems to be working well. Love and best wishes from sylvia446
I want to encourage youngsters (male or female) to get into the kitchen and enjoy cooking. TASTE it!