It has been over 2 weeks since I have been able to sit at my computer and type. This is a fabulous things of course, since I love to blog. The last 2 weeks are kind of a blur, but we have taken notes of the amazing tender mercies and I will back track at some point to fill you in on all the details. For now I want to focus on the fabulous things that have occurred this week.1. After being in the hospital for 15 days on the Oncology floor I came home yesterday. It is so good to be home, to sleep in a bed that I don't get stuck in the gutter and to eat real food instead of soup and jello. My cousin Jennifer brought me a pair of wonder women pj's. Perfect for my long haul and my departure.
|Elder Rowe, my previous bishop, stake president and now area authority came for a visit and brought me so much peace.|
|Grandpa Young loves me.|
|Although, I don't remember this much, Aunt Leslie and Jennifer came for a short visit.|
4. I am so grateful for insurance. I have an amazing insurance plan and am grateful that I was inspired to pay a little more to get a better plan. It would be nice to put my tax returns towards a new car, but I'm ever so grateful that I have the money to pay my medical bills.
5. My aunt Carol made the most beautiful blanket for me and brought it to the hospital this week. She embroidered the tree of life in teal which is the color for Ovarian Cancer Survivor. I love the quote that she put on it, "Faith and fear can not coexist. I choose faith." She said that when she was embroidering the first faith that her machine wasn't working well and that this represented the ups and downs that I will go through but to have faith that I will heal completely.