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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Day 7 white counts checked

Not feeling well right now. I feel like my counts are low. I will be getting my labs done in the morning. May have an infection. The Dr is going to check on me tomorrow. Just tired and praying for better days to come.

Thank you for reminding me and praying for me. I hope everyone is well and that I pray for all of you for I am blessed to have you!

Lord continue to protect me I am listening and following.

Fighting like a Girl!
Cindy

8 comments:

Cindy said...

You are fighting like a girl ~ God's Girl!!!

The Patterson 5 said...

Praying for you. Fighting like a girl means you are fighting strong and relying on God. Keep fighting!

Anonymous said...

Oh Cindy keep on keeping on...I wish there was some kind-of special words to comfort you...I will pray tonight that God will cheer you up, put a smile on your face and a dance to your steps. Oh Lord we thank-you for Cindy and praise you for her ability to seek you when she feels so yucky.God just continue to heal her, God give the Dr. wisdom to help her feel better. Bring her counts back up, and Lord we pray there is no infection. Thank-You Lord for the family you have surrounded he with. Touch her and let her feel you, whisper to her and let her know you have her in your hands. In Jesus name amen.
I've been wearing two bracelets believe and hope. God tells us if we have the faith of a mustard seed we can move mountains. With this belief, He gives us Hope.
Love, Hugs, and Lots of Prayers
Laurie, (Oregon)

Leebird said...

You are doing it all right honey....you are leaning hard into God and the encouragement of God's people. As soon as you try to do it in your own strength, that's when things will fall apart. Keep leaning on those everlasting arms sweet friend!

Hold her close, Lord! And massage those white blood cells and get her counts up to the correct level.
Give Cindy and her loved ones the faith of Daniel in the lion's den!

On Purpose said...

Cindy you are not alone in this fight. For we serve a God who never leaves us!! Oh and us girly girls out here are fighting hard too!

Praying and knowing He is all over you and your family!

Anonymous said...

Cindy, You know I've been where you are so this is some advice - take it for what it's worth. If you have infection tomorrow and they want you to go to the hospital - GO! I fought it when I was going through the chemo but after the first time - I never argued again. My clothes stayed packed and ready to go. I did so much better in the hospital. They kept the fluids going and it really made a difference. I know you want to be with the family just like I did, but this is the time to think about YOU getting throught the next three treatments. Like I said - advice is worth just what you pay for it.
Praying that there will be no infection.
Hugs, Gayla

Faith said...

Praying God fills you with His strength...keep fighting!

Hugs, Faith

Jackie said...

I STUMBLED ON YOUR BLOG BY ACCIDENT from another blog I have been reading. "Count it all joy." But I know there are no accidents with God.
My sister has had breast cancer twice. Her first was in 1988 when she was 48. In 1989 her husband had colon cancer, while she was still dealing with her cancer she took care of Him until he passed in 1991. She said that only God could give her strength to do what she could not. Meanwhile our parents were both sick and passed away.
16 years later, she had a recurrance in 2004. She had her second breast removed and today at age 65 she is still going strong. I might add she is also legally deaf and lives in an assisted living facility.. When she goes to the Dr. someone has to try to help her understand what is going to be next. When Thanksgiving rolls around, you can bet she will be the one to cook the Turkey and invite everyone to bring something and just come along if you can't. (Meals on wheels usually does not do weekends or holidays.)I admire her so much, she gives more and makes me feel ashamed to not do so as well. She loves the Lord and it shows.
Maybe you are not able to cook right now, ask for help. It is not a sin. I know by reading your blog, God is in your heart. I agree with others comments: You are fighting like a girl~God's girl. May you know there are those who don't know you that are praying for you right now.
I am a proud decendant of many people who have served our country and I will pray for you family as well.
Blessings to you and to your family
Jackie