Since December, I have been thinking, “one more,” “one more,” “one more.” And today, I am still saying that. Eventually, I will transition to once a month “preventative.”
Belated Christmas present, arriving the 14th Day of Christmas (if there was such a thing!!) We usually take down our Christmas tree after Epiphany (Jan. 6) celebrating the full 12 Days of Christmas.
Tumor markers are down by four points – now at 10 as opposed to 14 as they were at my last visit with Dr. Hill. And while I was hoping to be in official “remission,” I will take what progress I can get!
And I have two more rounds of chemo before we move to “preventative” chemo once a month. I am excited! We are ready for a little break!
And by the way, Pepper has expanded his singing and dancing to include Dolly Parton songs. As if Conway Twitty and Buck Owens wasn’t enough!!!!! How do you know for sure if you have been driven crazy? Are you self-aware or do they just put you away? “Here You Come Again.”
Sometime in the mid-80’s, I was in a Sunday School class or a Wednesday night class led by Joyce May Hudspeth. She made these ornaments for each member of the class. So sweet, and creative. I still can’t figure out how she did this? #CHRISTMAS2018
This one is beautiful! This was not a Christmas present, but a gift for speaking at a conference early in the year. But the beads are so beautiful and look amazing on our tree! This was a gift from our friends Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Embra Jackson of Starkville. The cross is such an important reminder of the “reason for the season.” #CHRISTMAS2018
This sweet little stuffed Christmas bell was attached to a present I recieved back when I worked on staff at The Starkville Daily News. The bell was handmade by my friend Jeannie Godbold of Starkville. It is a sweet reminder of a sweet friend. #CHRISTMAS2018