Of course, my wound has decided to expand into a canyon now, and earned me the golden ticket right back to Dr. Bouton. The plan is for him to do a biopsy on Tuesday, to make sure no cancer cells are lurking in the wound. My hope is that this will be a superficial sample of tissue he takes, so that I am not required to lay in bed for two days like last time to keep it from bleeding.
A lot of home made love has made its way through my door. I thought I'd share a sample of it. I'm behind in acknowledging everything coming my way- please forgive me! We've had delicious meals, heartfelt notes- a Subway gift card and lots of emails and texts.
This card came from Jenn in Georgia and "love" exploded in hearts all over when I took the card out of the envelope. She called it a "love bomb." Thank you Jenn!
This beautiful card came with a book filled with recipes for juicing and the blue tube scarf below. Thank you Angie!
I loved the quote on this one and was touched by the thoughtfulness and craftiness of Doris, along with the generosity of her and her husband- Thank you!
How cute are these hats? This is from my friend Elizabeth and this is a "Sassyknitwear" hat. Its made out of soft and stretchy recycled organic fabric and I wore it the other day completely for warmth and comfort. Their site is definitely worth a visit! Thanks Elizabeth!
The tube scarf from Angie. I love how everyone remembers my favorite color is blue!
Day 13 and my hair is still surprisingly holding tight. But here she( I think she needs a name) is... on standby. Colton giggled through his fingers when I tried it on for him. Nolan, acting more like 18 than 11, told me excitedly that is looks just like my own hair. He smiled like it was no big deal and said "it actually looks good mom." Of course that made it better on the spot.
We had an exciting weekend of hockey and an extremely surprising, generous, and amazing gift from Colton's hockey team... just wait till you see! More coming soon...