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Xeloda cycle 15, ct scan update, Sadie sunbathing

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Hello friends, 

I hope that you are all doing well.  It is the end of the week.  I'm so looking forward to the weekend.  Today I began cycle 15 of xeloda.  Nothing unusual happening with that.  It is all becoming pretty routine now.  I'm trying something new with my hair.  I straightened the curls.  Let me know what you think about that in the comments.  Is it better curly?  Or straight?  This weekend I will be getting out in Knoxville with Mo to see Foreigner!  They are our band.  They sing our song, "waiting for a girl like you".  What is YOUR song?  Sadie was too tired to be part of the video today, so I filmed her napping in the sun. 
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Leslie


Fatigue, fitness, and furry people

It is starting to look a lot like Autumn here in Tn!!!  I do love this time of year, warm days and cool nights.  Wearing warmer clothes, and gearing up for the holiday season.  So much fun ahead.  Right now I have been focusing on the current season of Fall.  I have been doing some house decorating.  Nothing too over the top.  Just a bit here and there. In this video I show you around the house so you can see a few of the decorations.

Recently we were able to get a treadmill.  So, I decided to try and get myself moving a bit more.  When you have a chronic terminal illness, the motivation to get moving can feel like such a mountain to climb.  You tend to feel fatigued 99% of the time.  That can be pretty difficult to push through.  But I am here to tell you it can be done.  If you have been feeling like you need to get a little more activity in your life, but feel that "getting there" is overwhelming, I want to encourage you.  YOU can do it.  Take a few minutes…

Fatigue, Fitness, and furry people.

Hello friends


It is starting to look a lot like Autumn here in Tn!!!  I do love this time of year, warm days and cool nights.  Wearing warmer clothes, and gearing up for the holiday season.  So much fun ahead.  Right now I have been focusing on the current season of Fall.  I have been doing some house decorating.  Nothing too over the top.  Just a bit here and there. In this video I show you around the house so you can see a few of the decorations.

Recently we were able to get a treadmill.  So, I decided to try and get myself moving a bit more.  When you have a chronic terminal illness, the motivation to get moving can feel like such a mountain to climb.  You tend to feel fatigued 99% of the time.  That can be pretty difficult to push through.  But I am here to tell you it can be done.  If you have been feeling like you need to get a little more activity in your life, but feel that "getting there" is overwhelming, I want to encourage you.  YOU can do it.  Take a few minutes …

Sharing an important info

Hello friends,

Below I am linking back to an article written on but doctor I hate pink. If you or anyone you know has breast cancer or mets, this is important info for you to hear about.

I am sharing this because it is something I need to bring AWARENESS to. As we are all so focused on breast cancer awareness, let us begin to see what we truly should be aware of and focusing on. That being the whole sale warehousing and sale of human suffering in order to line the pockets of corporations that align themselves with pinktober, by promoting and creating products supposedly to help those of us with breast cancer. Please read this article and please share it. It may be the most important thing, aside from self breast exams, that you do to bring light to breast cancer.

http://www.butdoctorihatepink.com/

Thanks for stopping by,

Leslie