December is a Busy Month

I haven’t been doing blog posts in the morning.

I’m exhausted, and conferences in December were hard. I hope they change it back to November, as I’m now trying to fit in all of the “no shows” before school, which is exhausting when I’m out late at my own kids concerts.

It’s also a shorter holiday season, as thanksgiving was so late. Having active kids means there are activities all week long and on the weekends. Add in chemo exhaustion. Which means I’m living vicariously through your pictures of light shows and trips to the city.

This weekend Morgan is stage manager for Frozen, the middle school play. Friday night and two shows on Saturday. Her birthday is Sunday.

Tomorrow is Madison’s NJROTC inspection. We are hoping the snow doesn’t affect the day.

I still have to schedule my own parent conference with Quinn’s teacher, but my mornings this week are full of make up conferences.

Hence…

I haven’t been posting many long statuses.

But for those who were worried and messaged me.

I’m still here.

My herbalists is sending me herbs to help with anemia. He also is targeting the liver and bone Mets.

Donnie switched up my protocol so that will help hopefully as well.

The cold hurts my bones, and my mouth hurts, but I’m here. My oncologist is off to the San Antonio breast cancer symposium. The largest gathering of oncologists discussing the latest breakthroughs and research. I’ll be following on Twitter. SABC19 is the hashtag.

I’m up to prepare for the day.

May it be quick and productive.

And as always… healing.

In Jesus’s name, amen.

Xoxo

Keri

5 thoughts on “December is a Busy Month

  1. You have been on my mind…so happy to hear from you. You wrote once something like. “If you don’t hear from me, imagine that I’m living my best life”…..so that’s what I’ve been doing!
    So the cold and how my bones feel…glad that’s not just me!
    Keep on pushing through your busy days…you’re in my prayers!

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  2. This is an exhausting season for any mother and teacher. Add on the effects of chemo and your emotional and physical battle and your days must be daunting. But each day you rise and put one foot in front of the other. You are guided by the the love and support of family, friends, and strangers and your deep faith. When all the hustle and bustle of the season subsides may you find the Peace of Christmas as you celebrate the birthday of Jesus.
    You are an inspiration! Bless you and your loved ones this Christmas!
    Susan

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