Chemo Tuesday

Chemo Tuesday

I feel kind of lousy today. I think it was something I ate. It’s put me in a bad mood and makes me not want to do anything.

It also reminds me that Andrea has felt this way (and worse) for about 6 straight months.

I think many suffer through surgery and chemo, because they have no other choice. Much harder to endure all of the bad side effects – and keep a sense of humor, reassure your friends and family, blog, make time to talk to new breast cancer patients, stay active, upbeat and a positive force in the Andrea has.

Keep it up Andrea…Almost finished with chemo!

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Sorry you aren’t feeling so well. Hope you get better soon. If I was there I could make you some chicken soup! Take care. Love, Mom

O God help her and you..she is a fierce woman warrior, with the grace of a gazelle, the heart of a lion and the strength of a gladiator… God Speed and return to health

When someone in the family is sick, everybody in the family suffers just as much as the sick person. It’s a mental workout and heartbreak. Keep up the backbone, it’s almost over! God bless ALL. Love to both, Diane Koller ❤

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