It has been extremely hot the last 2 days and I have been exhausted! It’s one thing to be hot normally, but with chemotherapy it seems to fatigue me so much more. No wonder my hair is falling out so dramatically. I do not have much hair left now, but I am going to get a wig when I can afford one. I heard that the american cancer society sometimes get wigs donated. We are going to check into that.
My children have been doing their best to come up with our house payment, but so far no luck. I am praying that they can get some help for us. I was a victim of elder fraud a few years ago and the mortgage company stole all of the equity out of my home. When we finally were able to refinance and save our home we had to use every penny the 3 of us had to save it. The new mortgage company was going to credit back around $100,000.00 if we were not late. We made it 9 months, but needed to make it a year. It is a great gift, but when you have no savings, and all these new expenses, what can you do. My health and that of my family is most important. God will help us and I will keep confident that it is what it is and all we can do is the best we can. Wouldn’t it be strange if there was nothing to be concerned about? I often wonder what that would be like. “I just want my cancer to leave my body, I want my cancer to leave my body, I want my cancer to leave my body”.
I have heard so many inspiring stories with the Olympic athletes. Their stories are amazing. We all have a life to live and its important we live it to the fullest as best as we can. I am grateful for my children and all I have. Things will get better!
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