Chicken Soup for the Soul

Yes, I’m going to work today.

Listen, if I was able to work in the shape I was in last week, this is nothing.

I’m packing my cold lunch food, cream, and Tylenol of needed, but I haven’t had any pain medicine since Friday night. I’ll be good.

When you are hooked up to an IV pole and in a bed not knowing if you are going to make it, getting to go to work and be normal?

It’s a blessing.

Rob was up early yesterday and helped Quinn pack up. Quinn has a red rash all around his lips. He tends to get that when nervous, and having his mom in the hospital for days and then outside camping probably didn’t help. But man, he had an amazing weekend. Boy Scouts has been awesome for him. He was especially proud he learned to make grilled cheese and also had ramen noodles. We were so proud of him that he stuck through the tent collapse with the wind and set up a new tent at 2:30 am with the older scouts. I love that the older boys look out for the younger boys. Adventure, respect, responsibility, fun, new friends… God bless the Boy Scouts.

We straightened up the house a bit, did some laundry, went food shopping and rested. We appreciated having the five of us in one place at one time.

My friend Laurie made us chicken soup and it was so nice to just all sit and have soup on a Sunday. I also has some of sarahs famous chicken pot pie.

I may have had to have it all cooled, but it was Nourishing.

The rash is still a bit painful but slowly starting to improve. I can actually swallow and not cry. I can have liquids and solids on all parts of my Mouth without sore issues. I can walk on my feet without hobbling.

It’s going to be a good day.

Here is to a healing day, a peaceful day, and a day full of kindness.

In Jesus’s name, amen.

Xoxo

Keri

8 thoughts on “Chicken Soup for the Soul

  1. Always reading your posts gives me the motivation to move ahead. I was a teacher in highschool, an administrator on the college level but currently assist in a kindergarten class during my so called retirement years. I love my job but sometimes my body says..not today. Your posts are truly an inspiration!

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  2. Kerri, Your journey inspires me to fight every day, to power thru all of the side effects. They’re nothing compared to yours! and my heart goes out to you for what you have to endure. Family and friends has been my saving grace through my year and a half battling uterine sarcoma and you’ve obviously got the same! Thank you so much for sharing your life with us❤️ God bless you, Karen Horne Southold NY

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  3. You are such a joyful young woman. I love the way you share you life’s.journey with all of us. You are our hero. You go Wonder Woman,. We are all praying for you and your family. You are a survivor and full of the good stuff in life ❤️
    Love and hugs,
    Aunt Gerri

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  4. Keri, how happy your students will be to see you today! Going back to work will be good for your soul! Rest when you get home and be surrounded by your family!
    Susan

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