Angel tears

Good morning!

It is a rainy day in my neck of the woods, and I absolutely love when it rains.  I have since childhood considered rainy days as tears from the angels.  Those tears take care of the needs of nature…watering trees, bushes, plants and flowers that are neglected, and replenish our streams, rivers and other waterways necessary for the needs of wildlife as well as our own.

Just six more days until my consultation with the Oncologist.  I have been jotting down some questions I want to ask her and I also want to project a most positive attitude while sitting across from her at my appointment.  My Dr will become a new part of my health care and I feel to project a negative or hysterical spirit about my cancer will not be helpful to not only myself but to the professionals creating a treatment plan for me.

Over the next few days I will be busy catching up on this and that around the house, and I want to revisit my sewing machine and work on the quilt I started!  All of the fabrics are cut, it is just a matter of stitching them together.  I was humming along with it nicely until I felt that something was wrong with my stomach…it was swelling and from that time to current I haven’t sewn!  So enjoying something I love is what I want to focus on beginning today.

I wish everyone a happy and beautiful day!

2 thoughts on “Angel tears

  1. Dearest Sandra, I agree with you in keeping a positive attitude with your Dr. Asking questions and finding out all you can about various treatments for your type of cancer will also be of great help. As they say, Having knowledge is power. I think that making your quilt be very good for you as well. I am praying for your healing, dear Sandra. Keep the Lord front and center throughout this journey. Ask Him to guide you through each step of the way. I am praying for you, your mom and your Dr’s. The Lord is the way, the truth and the light. He will lead you and help you. My love and lots of hugs to you, my dear friend. 💞💞💞💞💞💞🌹🌷🌻🐹🐭🐱🐹

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    • Thank you so much dear Susan. I am keeping the Lord uppermost in my life and while I don’t ask him for much, I am asking him to allow me to go through this journey with a positive attitude, to be strong and to let me live long enough to see my cats live out their lives. Each is so special and very much so spoiled by me. I am certain when I know more about my cancer, my prayers will a bit different, but for now that is what I have been asking for. Much love and hugs to you Susan, you have been such a special friend to me, and I appreciate you so very much. ❤ ❤ xoxo Goodnight and sweet dreams

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