Monday, March 2, 2009

Radiation Day 1

Not sure what to think. It does take longer to get set up then the zap itself. I am keeping aloe on the area right now. I figured if I kept aloe, drank a lot of water and stretched maybe it would make it a little easier. I am not sure though? So if you know anything or have some advice for me...speak up:)

Mike is in Atlanta for a meeting this week. My sister-in-law and mother-in-law are here to get me use to my new journey.

Pastor Reggie thanks so much for coming to radiation with me. The Power of Prayer is what I needed so thanks for coming to pray for me.

Thanks to all of you for praying for me and believing. I am praying for complete healing. Lord thank you for giving me everything that you give me. I thank you for everyday.

So continue to pray for me as I start this journey.

Love Cindy
fighting like a girl


Edie said...

I'm glad you have a good support group with you Cindy. Still keeping you in prayer.

I don't know anything about radiation. Is this painful for you?

Sue J. said...

One down, and you're surrounded with love and prayers! You sound very good for just having gone through an "unknown." Like chemo, I hope that you will find your way and your comfort with what to expect.

Meantime, praises to Him who has brought you through today, and days before, and days to come!

ThreeGirlyGirls said...

I'm so glad that you have people there with you supporting you on this long journey! I wish so much I could sit with you and pray with you during your treatments. My heart aches for you so much. I know this is hard but keep pressing on! God's got big things to do!! =)

Sheryl said...

Oh I am so glad to hear that you have a support system there with you!!

Joyful said...

Continuing in prayer.

Mentioned you in my blog post today. Click here:

Love ya,

On Purpose said...

How are you feeling the day after? Thinking of you and praying for you this morning! Love to you my friend.

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear your Pastor was there with you. Really enjoyed Saturday night with you guys. Next time I'll fix that "Roast." Did you get home before the snow? I was praying you would make it home before the bad weather set in. Still praying - love ya, Gayla

Anonymous said...

Sitting in the hotel bussiness office reading your blog! I miss you and the girls so much. There are a lot of things going on a the moment that we cant control. PLEASE focus on yourself as everything else will work out! Remember everything happens for a reason. As far as the school issue is concerned, follow your heart! As far as the house, it will sell when the time is right. We have done everything we can do regarding this matter! priority is taking care of YOU! STAY POSSITIVE and focused on one task at a time. You dont have the time or energy to multi-task at the moment! FOCUS ON YOU! between the chemo,surgery,tomixifin,prayer and radiation, this is going to be a chapter behind you in 5.5 weeks. God has to much planned for you, so treat each day as its the first of the rest of your LONG life ahead of you. I know sometimes I have been a little rigid but I refuse to be negative or have doubtful thoughts. I KNOW YOUR GOING TO BE OK!!!! I JUST KNOW THIS! YOUR ONE OF A KIND AND IM SO HAPPY TO BE A PART OF YOUR PRECIOUS LIFE! keep your head up and shoulders back and look straight ahead and never look down... I will pray for your continued strength tonight. I cant wait to see you this weekend. Lets go somewhere and have some fun.(maybe the beach) where Sherry and the girls stayed. I will call you soon after I get upstairs to my room. I went to Ruby Tuesdays for dinner and had fish and salad. I wish you could have been beside me.. LOVE YOU BABY<<< MIKE

MiMi said...

I am so glad that your pastor was able to be with you for your radiation treatment. I know the fear of the unknown can be a scary thing and I am glad that you have a support team in place to help you this week.

How are you feeling today?

Thinking about you and still praying and believing!