Made book earrings. Admire people who make jewelry so much!
Whoo hoo for a little time away.
Have to type posts on my iphone since my ipad won't let me on Blogger. Sigh.
Here's something I've had on my mind... I really like not being the cancer patient with strangers. It's a weird relief. I never really enjoyed talking about my arthritis thru the years unless it randomly came up (usually because of my food choices) or would help someone. Now cancer really can be hidden as well. Hmm.
Sure. My wonderful friend is here with us for this trip. She's keeping a close eye on me and having fun at the same time. (Megan has been around and supported me thru all three diagnoses plus chemo and weekly visits for qi gong, etc. Such a good friend.)
Time with my husband and kiddo is treasured. Even the times when the kiddo is a little annoying and over enthusiastic, feeling lucky.
I like not being mostly bald this trip. Not as much conversation about cancer. I still get fatigued at times and need a rest but overall I'm not being held back and I'm having fun.
I'm posting pictures on Facebook and instagram and will have blog posts with adventures included.
For now just a few glimpses.
Like this picture my friend Megan suggested and took.
Friend shared this article, really useful.