Monday, December 29, 2014

One down, Seven to go

This will not be my most eloquent post.  It's been a very long day and I'm exhausted, but so many of you have asked for an update and I appreciate your prayers and concern so incredibly much I want to make sure to let you know how things are going.
My first chemo treatment was today. It lasted about 3 hours.  The drip had to be done via an IV in my hand.  On Friday, January 9 I will have a port surgically implanted into my chest for easier chemo treatments.  Jason was with me the whole time making me laugh so hard I thought we might get kicked out of there. 
We will see what the next few days hold with regard to fatigue and nausea.  Right now I don't feel as well as I expected to tonight. 
God brought me here, He is with me, He will use me, He will heal me. 


  1. I've been thinking of and praying for you today. God is so in love with you and He is the Great Physician!

  2. I read your story this morning in the Montgomery Advertiser. I stopped, placed my hand over your picture and whispered a prayer for you. At 42, May 2005, I was exactly where you are now, learning of a breast cancer diagnosis. God is faithful! Believe that, trust Him and know he has (Ronda) engraved in the palm of His hand. Isaiah 49:16
    Best and Blessings!

    Angier Johnson
    WVAS-FM 90.7
    Montgomery, Alabama

  3. You are in my thoughts and prayers. You have joined a new fraternity/sorority of brothers and sisters who have gone through the chemo/radiation process. We are all praying for you and know that God's hand is always there to comfort you. Prayers to you and the rest of the family who will also be going through this battle.

    Take care.

    Rocky Milliman