http://www.abeautifulmessinside.com/ I still struggle with the betrayal thing. It makes me sad and gives me such a sense of loss. So many question, so few answers.
I'm leaving for Florida on Sunday. My mom was just diagnosed with breast cancer. She's 90 and up to this point has been living a great life, still driving, playing bridge, very active. Now she's going through chemo. She's already lost her hair and had terrible sores in her mouth and this was after just one treatment. My sister and I are going down to spend some time with her and meet her oncologist. The cancer is invasive and the chemo was my mom's choice because the cancer has a 70% cure rate. I don't know what I would do if I were in her situation, but I will honor whatever path she chooses.
On top of all of this my Honey Bunny has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Because of his blood clotting disease he cannot have surgery. They are treating it with radiation and it has a 95% cure rate.
I'm a little overwhelmed these days, but I think all of us have a pretty good attitude. My bead mojo is on an extended leave of absence so I have taken up knitting. For whatever reason, I find it calming. The grandchildren keep me happy. I love being with them. One thing I've learned about life, in my soon to be 69 years, it is what it is.