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Unread 03-27-2012, 12:13 PM   #51
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What I was thinking is that maybe you were so worried about being nauseated, it happened. This particular drug is not like the coctails of poisens they give alot of cancer patients. The side effects supposedly are very mild. if it is making you sick to your stomach, it is not the usual side effect from my understanding. I am wondering if it is a conbination of meds. that is doing it, not just that tomoxifen. It should not make you so sick! I just hope it goes away for you, so you can feel better all the way around. It is hard enough with just one problem at a time. do feel better soon Eva. I will continue to pray for you. ginnie
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The Sunday after Easter is Mercy Sunday. This Image of Divine Mercy is to be venerated that Sunday. That is.....to pray before the Image as requested on that day.

Have you spoken to your doctor about the nausea? He may be able to give you something to tide you over until your system adjusts to this medication.

Blessings,

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dear gerry

thanks for the information
and it's reason
nausea comes and goes
i go to see the oncologist
Friday
how are you feeling
these days any flowers around
you
i miss tending to a yard filled
with delicious veggies and herbs
fresh stone baked bread
and some good cheese yumm
still find myself in the past
when i would hop skip and jump
accepting is what i am working on
God always in control Amen
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dear gerry

thanks for the information
and it's reason
nausea comes and goes
i go to see the oncologist
Friday
how are you feeling
these days any flowers around
you
i miss tending to a yard filled
with delicious veggies and herbs
fresh stone baked bread
and some good cheese yumm
still find myself in the past
when i would hop skip and jump
accepting is what i am working on
God always in control Amen

Some flowering shrubs blooming early because of unusually warm weather in our area. No longer do the flower planting as I once did. Will buy a couple of larger pots already filled with assorted flowers. As you, I do miss the vegie gardens, planting seasional flowers, etc.

Yes, "acceptance" is the key word. Took a while for that to happen; but now at least am able to enjoy better "what is" and pray I will make the best of each day God has given me.

I only hope and pray you will soon be over nausea.
Blessings,

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Heart Hi Eva My Friend

Awakened to this morning realizing the need to give assurance and hope along with the offering of prayers in relation to this nausea and its tag alongs to bring you, your family and little pup to my focus in prayer. May God the Father lavish upon you peace, healing, means to overcome the nausea, healing and bring a moment to scratch olie behind the ears on my behalf. Blessings on yuo this day dear FRIEND,
Thank you God the Father,
Thank you God the Holy Spirit,
Thank you Jesus, the lamb who brought all of us the Way,
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Some flowering shrubs blooming early because of unusually warm weather in our area. No longer do the flower planting as I once did. Will buy a couple of larger pots already filled with assorted flowers. As you, I do miss the vegie gardens, planting seasional flowers, etc.

Yes, "acceptance" is the key word. Took a while for that to happen; but now at least am able to enjoy better "what is" and pray I will make the best of each day God has given me.

I only hope and pray you will soon be over nausea.
Blessings,

Gerry
dear gerry

i was wondering if you
would share some of
spiritual medicine
and knowledge
on acceptance
it would be much
appreciated
if not
understood
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dear gerry

i was wondering if you
would share some of
spiritual medicine
and knowledge
on acceptance
it would be much
appreciated
if not
understood
thank you
My spine issues began almost 6 years ago. Spine fusion/laminectomy. Surgeon said he had never seen such a red angry nerve being crushed. Having the surgery may have helped from never being able to walk. Not sure. Just a lot of pain that didn't stop though. Eventually needed a cane to help take pressure off spine. Then bladder surgery done by a very incompetent urogolist that really caused the PN to go into edema, statsis dermatatis and the awful burning of feet and ankle and leg pain as well. No more vacations; unable to drive, etc. My life had changed drastically. I, so often felt like I really did not want to go on.

I have a framed photo of my painting of the Divine Mercy on my nightstand. Every night I hold out my hands, while praying and give it "all to God". My fears, anxiety, pain and suffering, asking God to give me the strength and courage to cope and accept all that he has permitted to happen to me.

I still have my days; always will....but gradually, I realized others needed me. Even though my children are married adults. How they still need their Mom. Started trying to be more cheerful, joke and smile in spite of the awful pain. I realized I had only been thinking of myself, letting this eat away at me; especially those in the medical profession; they weren't worth making myself even more sick and depressed.

Then one day...Eva...it was like a cloud lifted and okay; no more vacations, no more of this and that; but "dear God; help me make the most of each and every day You give me". This was the life I have now and try not to dwell on what I can no longer do; but what I can do. What I no longer have; but do have. I also work hard at not living in the fear of what tomorrow may bring. By doing this, I am making tomorrow happen today. Today is enough without living in "fear" of tomorrow. We each really only have today. And when the tomorrows do come.... they might be filled with good things. For now....let's just get thru today!!!

Eva, you have taken up your "cross" and are carrying it along with Jesus. I hear and feel it in all your posts. You are now even closer with your family than ever. I know addiction; my middle daughter suffered from cocaine addiction. She is now counseling and sponsoring many of those suffering from addiction. I know your son is battleing the disease of addiction. He so needs his mother. You have shown him that recovery is possible.

Eva....your family needs you and you are such a gift to all you come in contact with. We here on NT are fortunate you have found us. You have given so many of us the knowledge that in spite of pain and suffering that;
God is Good
God is Love
God is Hope
God is present with us
here and always will be

Thank you Jesus for our dear Eva.

(Gerry)

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My spine issues began almost 6 years ago. Spine fusion/laminectomy. Surgeon said he had never seen such a red angry nerve being crushed. Having the surgery may have helped from never being able to walk. Not sure. Just a lot of pain that didn't stop though. Eventually needed a cane to help take pressure off spine. Then bladder surgery done by a very incompetent urogolist that really caused the PN to go into edema, statsis dermatatis and the awful burning of feet and ankle and leg pain as well. No more vacations; unable to drive, etc. My life had changed drastically. I, so often felt like I really did not want to go on.

I have a framed photo of my painting of the Divine Mercy on my nightstand. Every night I hold out my hands, while praying and give it "all to God". My fears, anxiety, pain and suffering, asking God to give me the strength and courage to cope and accept all that he has permitted to happen to me.

I still have my days; always will....but gradually, I realized others needed me. Even though my children are married adults. How they still need their Mom. Started trying to be more cheerful, joke and smile in spite of the awful pain. I realized I had only been thinking of myself, letting this eat away at me; especially those in the medical profession; they weren't worth making myself even more sick and depressed.

Then one day...Eva...it was like a cloud lifted and okay; no more vacations, no more of this and that; but "dear God; help me make the most of each and every day You give me". This was the life I have now and try not to dwell on what I can no longer do; but what I can do. What I no longer have; but do have. I also work hard at not living in the fear of what tomorrow may bring. By doing this, I am making tomorrow happen today. Today is enough without living in "fear" of tomorrow. We each really only have today. And when the tomorrows do come.... they might be filled with good things. For now....let's just get thru today!!!

Eva, you have taken up your "cross" and are carrying it along with Jesus. I hear and feel it in all your posts. You are now even closer with your family than ever. I know addiction; my middle daughter suffered from cocaine addiction. She is now counseling and sponsoring many of those suffering from addiction. I know your son is battleing the disease of addiction. He so needs his mother. You have shown him that recovery is possible.

Eva....your family needs you and you are such a gift to all you come in contact with. We here on NT are fortunate you have found us. You have given so many of us the knowledge that in spite of pain and suffering that;
God is Good
God is Love
God is Hope
God is present with us
here and always will be

Thank you Jesus for our dear Eva.

(Gerry)
thank you for being honest
your sharing touched something
my emotions bring me to conflicting
tears the pain of it and the beauty
of recovery
thank you for sharing
it means much more
than you think
best to you and family
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dear friends

just posting
april 25th
i see the reconstruction
doctor my throat in my
stomach already
still not done
the spacers are still
in and haven't been filled
it will be 6 weeks
of course nervous
no more surgeries
this will be the last
until then
surgery only life saving
till my appointment
all have a blessed day
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