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Friday, May 18, 2012

"A Day After Chemo"

After a great night's sleep, I woke up to the blessings of another new day of life and health. I was able to spend a little time with Hudson this morning before he went to Mother's Day Out. He loves going to "school" and spending time with the other kids. I was then blessed with a visit from one of my best friends from Abilene, TX and her family, Debbie, aka Deborah Mae is what I call her. They were in Springfield, MO for their son Marcus' graduation from Baptist Bible College yesterday morning. They drove 2 hours to come have lunch with me and had to go back to Springfield soon after. It was a short visit, but a blessing to me that they drove so far just to have lunch. Thank you Mackey family. We didn't get a picture together while they were here, so I made Debbie send me one.

Deborah Mae, Madison, Marcus and Eddie

Jordan and I spent the afternoon together and made an appointment for pedicures today. We went to Beauty Nails and always enjoy our time together being pampered by John and Chi. We did our usual routine, walked in, picked out our colors, then went and sat in the massage chairs. While sitting in the chairs, John told us that Elaine Kerr was in earlier in the day and had found out we were coming in later and she paid for both of our pedicures. Wow!!! The blessings continue to fall upon us daily. Thank you so much Elaine for such a wonderful surprise. Jordan and I felt so blessed!!

Thank you Elaine Kerr for mine and Jordan's pedicures!!!!

Acts 20:35b "It is more blessed to give than to receive."
I pray my friends feel blessed today for the gifts that have been given to me and my family. His mercies are new every morning, great is His faithfulness!!

Tony and I decided to go see the Avengers tonight. We have not seen all the super hero movies and I wasn't sure if I would enjoy the movie or not. I am glad we went and we both enjoyed the humor in the movie. It took several attempts of Tony trying to take a picture of us together, and this is the best we could get.

Me and my darlin, Tony

I am thankful the weekend is here and we are looking forward to a Saturday off together with no plans other than sleeping in and possibly a trip to Pea Ridge for lunch at the Black Hawk Grill.

"Today is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it."


  1. I check in on you from Kelley's Korner. You are inspiring with your attitude through this trial. That was so sweet of your friend to pay for your pedi. I had a similar experience last week at McDonalds. We went through the drive-thru and the person in front of us that we didn't know, had paid for our meal. What a surprise and such a nice thing.

  2. I have been keeping up with your blog and your cancer journey (I work in Oncology) and thought this was the perfect post to comment on! I live in Abilene and figured no one was from around here! It really is a small world. Praise the Lord for your healing!

  3. You are an inspiration......Praying for you