Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass- it is about learning to dance in the rain.

Monday, November 05, 2007

One year ago -- October 31, 2006
Me with Chemo eyes, sicker than a dog!
Bald and pale

Me with the grandaughters
October 31, 2007
With my newly grown curly hair.
Feelin' oh so much better!!

God is good! I'm truly thankful.


Linda said...

Oh, I am rejoicing with you! Bless your heart! And all the kiddos are cute, but that little pirate has personality plus in these pics!

Mel's World said...


What a GREAT story of strength and God's blessings...I am so glad to meet you my sister...I am looking forward to watching your journey and the road that God takes you on.


Living Beyond said...

AMEN!!!!! That is wonderful - congratulations!!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog - I really enjoyed your comments and so glad I found my way over here.

Every Blessing lady!!

InTheFastLane said...

You are looking good! And your granddaughters are cute too!

Sarah said...

Sorry I haven't been by in a while.

You look so great! Since my mother in law is not into technology, you are my inspiration for her and her battle with cancer.

PJ said...


SO sorry about your mother-in-law. She is fortunate to have you for support! One of the main differences between people who survive well and those who do not, is a support system. I'm not sure what I would have done without my sweet daughter-in-laws and my wonderful granddaughters. Not to mention my husband, my sons and a myriad of other friends and relatives.

I also have a wonderful cache of scarves, hats, and a couple of wigs (See October 22, 2006 for a pic) that I no longer need. I'm happy to pass things on should they be needed!

5:15 PM

ipanema said...

I think if we have God as our guide, people will feel the same way as you do. You're full of spirit!

You and your grand daughters look great!

Thanks for the visit!

Happy Sunday! :)

mommy said...

You look wonderful! Keep up the good work.

Baba's Blog .. Babies Are Special said...

Hi PJ, You look wonderful today..When my daughter's hair grew back after chemo and breast cancer, it came back a darker shade and thicker... She is cancer free over 6 years now..God blesses us everyday.... Baba

PJ said...

Thanks Baba, my hair came back very curly (it had a bit of body and wave before) and a kind of sandy brown color. I've always been a redhead, so Clairol is my new best friend! I'm going to have to get it trimmed though. It is growing in lopsided!!

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