These two make my heart melt.

Can you tell I’m missing my babies?  They’ve been at Mimi and Bapa’s house this week as I “come out” of my chemo shell.  I can’t wait to be bombarded by, “up to here” with and loved beyond measure by these two.  My  house is way too quiet.  I miss my girls team.

I’m amazed at how different this treatment round has been.  I’m not jinxing myself by saying anything more.  I may wake up a zombie tomorrow, but for today, I’m good.  I even did a bit of Christmas shopping.   I was in tears this morning as I told Mel how “good” I felt. (Relative, of course.)  It’s always strange to wake up after several chemo days and finally be somewhat normal.  I cried this morning because I know that I only have ONE more time to do this. ONE.  MORE. TO. GO.

I know that’s getting old.  Sorry.  I just can’t get over it.

It’s a great day.  Tomorrow will be even better.  Friday with my girls.  Hooray!


Judy and Walter Brown  on December 8th, 2011

As wise as you are, I hesitate to correct you on any issue. However, I take exception to your comment, “I know that’s getting old.” You will never know how many people you have touched via your blog. You don’t need to know, all you need to know is that you have inspired untold people who will have to make the same journey that you have, as well as the loved ones who are making the same journey, just in a different way. Just keep on keeping on and we will be….Still praying! Love to you and all of your families!!!

Cathy  on December 8th, 2011

HAPPY TEARS!!!!! You are a strong Mommy….. I hope you enjoy getting your girls back! I am so happy for you!
Good things happen to Wonderful People!!!!
Please keep my Dad in your prayers… not the best news with his CEA numbers. Thanks Kerri!!! Enjoy feeling like yourself and your girls…. One more cocktail in the “SCOA BAR” 😉

Carrie  on December 8th, 2011

I can’t even imagine how hard this has been for you and your family. You are almost there. I can already hear the tuning up of the bell. Have fun tomorrow, I smell cupcakes making in your future 🙂 and I’ll say it again…ONE MORE TO GO (not getting old). Hugs!

Betsy  on December 8th, 2011

Yay! Only one more!!!! So happy for a healthy 2012!

KATE  on December 8th, 2011

i love YOU!

Nonnie  on December 9th, 2011

I cry when you’re sad; I cry when you’re happy-It’s a good thing. One more—-thank God for your strength!
I love you, MOM