I hope you all had a Merry Christmas. We were able to celebrate this Christmas yet we also had a rough time with missing my Mom.
Santa forgot to bring something for Chris this year. Sarah seems to think it's because he has been naughty. She even prayed for him the other night saying she doesn't know why Daddy didn't get anything for Christmas. UGH! Maybe Daddy should have told Santa what he wanted too. :)
We celebrated the completion of all my treatment for breast cancer and I praise God that I am a SURVIVOR! I was so thrilled to be done with all my treatments! My girl power group met me for my last treatment and Abby took a picture of me as I came out.
I also took a picture with my radiation techs. They were so very wonderful and I am so very thankful for their kindness and encouragement. I am very thankful for the strength and courage the Lord gave me to get through all of my treatments. The kids planned a mini-surprise party for me with the help of our friends Max and Susan that included pink balloons, a big sign, party horns and Celebration cranked in background :) May 10th, my date of diagnosis, seems like such a long time ago and it feels like the time has flown by.
Mom's birthday would have been this coming Friday the 30th - she would have been 67. For her birthday, I would take her down to the Heidelberg bakery in Indy to celebrate and eat some extremely yummy German food. So in her honor, we are going to go and have lunch and celebrate as a family. I have gone down to this bakery since I was a little girl. It holds some very fond memories and I know that this visit will be most difficult. Here's a picture from last year:
I getting back to feeling somewhat normal. I am working with my nutritionist to build my cells and immune system back up. My hair is continuing to grow and I had my first hair cut last week just to even it all out.
I am looking forward to the new year and have SO very many reasons to be thankful.
I am signing off so that I can go to bed and try to sleep. I hope to post more soon.