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Monthly Archives: November 2013
I am so thankful for you…my village of support…for loving me and carrying me through this journey and this surgery. I am once again completely overwhelmed with the outpouring of prayers, support, messages over the last few days.
We are home! … Continue reading
Today was a good day. After a night of minimal sleep and naseousness, Jamie took a few steps in her recovery. Literally, she got out of bed and walked over to the recliner. . . .”Phew, that was a ‘long’ … Continue reading
Just met with Dr. Hijjawi, the operation went well! Jamie will be going to recovery now and she will be there for about an hour. By 5:00, she should be moved to her hospital room. Most likely, she’ll be at … Continue reading
Good news! Sentinel Lymph Node pathology came back negative. One of the first steps of surgery today was to remove the sentinel lymph nodes (right side only) and send them to pathology. Remember the mapping that was done in Nuc … Continue reading
So far everything is going as scheduled.
We arrived at 6:00 and checked in. All the doctors stopped by to see how Jamie is doing and answer any questions. At 7:30, Jamie was taken to Nuclear Medicine where she … Continue reading
And I am not going to think of some creative little poem…although that is pretty tempting!
Just a short little note before I head off to bed for (hopefully) a good night’s sleep. We had a wonderful weekend. I am filled … Continue reading
I am having a GREAT week! Getting a lot of things crossed off my pre-surgery list, visits with some family & friends, quality time (Christmas shopping) with my husband, and snuggling with the kids. Tonight, we will put up our … Continue reading
One week from tonight I will be resting (comfortably, I hope thanks to some heavy-duty drugs) after undergoing bilateral mastectomy. WEIRD! I really can not wrap my head around this at all. I know it’s necessary. Chemo did its job … Continue reading
YAY! YAY! YAY!
No chemo today.
I have no Benadryl wooziness.
I am not jacked up on steroids.
This is me today during my Herceptin only treatment! (Check out my fuzzy head!)
Tonight Chris and I are watching the Bears/Packers game. Much to my dad’s dismay … Continue reading