Psalm 118:17

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

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Well, yesterday was a long day, but it went well. They drained three liters off of my abdomen, which is all Dr. McKeen wanted off. If you take too much, it begins to mess up your electrolytes and protein. It was about 9lbs of fluid. I then had an infusion of albumin to replace the protein and them chemo. All went well and we came home. Today, I am sore, but my pain is much better. The fluid was definitely causing most of the pain. I'm just praying it doesn't come back, at least not too fast. I've had a little upset stomach today from the chemo, but not too bad. The first week is usually not bad, it's when it begins to accumulate that it gets worse. But, I am going to think positive thoughts and pray that I do well on this chemo. I have a peace about this and I am trusting the Lord. Sometimes it is minute by minute, but He continues to give me a peace about all of this. He's just not done with me yet.


  1. EXODUS 15:26 "... I am the Lord who heals you."

    MALACHI 3:6 "For I am the Lord, I do not change ...."

    HEBREWS 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

    LOVE YOU!!!!!!

  2. We are continuing to pray with you through this Kelly. Continue to cling to the Lord.
    Gloria & Family

  3. So glad the 1st week is not too bad. Hopefully it will continue this way!! I am sure praying for you to have no pain or nauseau and that you continue to have a positive attitude. Mayda's message says it perfectly!! Love you so much!!