Last Monday I went to my first chemo infusion, and I wanted to discuss the journey as it transpired. On Tues. I felt a little off all day, but around 3:40pm, things went on a course that was step by step what I was told in the materials the clinic handed me. On Monday, 4:38pm, a port was placed on my abdomen called Neurolast, you probably saw the commercials with a woman wearing it on her arm. I lay on my arms at night so I opted to use my stomach. The port is to help keep the white blood count in check. When the port is attached, if feels like the sharp sting of a rubber band pluck. The meds are dispensed 27 hours after chemo ends.
The Power Within
Walking with God is different for every individual that goes without saying. I watch others who walk in faith and there are times I envy the way they walk with God, their intimate connection, their self assurance. Ever notice how some Christians talk with such profound words and expressions and then there are others who just walk like they are lifted so high, then I talk to God and almost apologetically, ask why it is that I don’t come across with such spirituality? Continue reading “The Power”
How one expresses themselves displays more than what is being said, it gives insight into a deeper reveal of who that person is inside, how things affect them and how they tend to handle various aspects of what is going on around them. A remark made in humor, has hidden meanings, and one made with depth and sincerity, may get the opposite reception. “What you say and what you mean, may not come across as you wanted”, but when we have a platform to elaborate, and openly express our hearts, it takes the questions, and misunderstanding out, and all parties learn something unexpected. Continue reading “Expressing Your Views In A Positive Manner”