Psalm 118:17

I will not die, but live, and will proclaim what the Lord has done.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

I had my Herceptin infusion on Tuesday, but no chemo. She is holding chemo from week to week right now until she makes a decision as to whether I need to go back on chemo or not. I'm praying that I don't have to. Mentallly, I am not ready to go back on right now, so if it comes to that, I will need lots of prayer to mentally prepare myself again. But, for now, I am going to enjoy each day that I am off of it and try not to think past that. I do pretty well with the Herceptin. It seems to be upsetting my stomach, but is tolerable and only lasts a day or so. For the most part, I feel much better, just very weak. When you feel better, you want to do so much more and then I end up over doing it. It is amazing how weak you become when you are in bed for so long. One day at a time, right? I continue to pray for total healing and believing it has already been done!


  1. Praying this moment for your strength. Love you!

  2. Praying with you you!!!!

  3. Kelly...I am believing and praying in agreement that total healing has been done.
    --Kelly and family

  4. there you go ....all healed!!! will keep on praying for you !!! good luck to the little ones on their first week of school!! how fun...we're just ending winter going into spring so half way thru the school year...uuggghh and brrr...;) thinking of you always!! love,claudia

  5. Kelly...I feel so convicted that you are healed and that there will be no more need for chemo!! And if YOU believe it..then it will be so. Try to erase any doubt from your mind and just walk by faith. I know it must be so wonderful to get out and about....but let your body dictate the limitations. Love you so much and thanking God for his miracle in you!!