Sunday, June 01, 2008

My schedule for the next Year

This blog is not for the purpose of bringing everyone down when they come to visit me. I just wanted to let my family, friends and blogging friends know dates to pray for me. If you know anyone that has taken these Chemo drugs, I would love to know how they did on them. Please leave me a comment or email me at

I need prayer for my vanity! I'm a tough woman and I'm not really afraid of getting sick or being tired. The unknown is a bit scary. Losing all my hair is freaking me out. I laugh and joke about it but I really don't want to lose my hair. Please pray also that I will be able to keep working and singing on our Worship team. I'm just afraid I won't want to leave the house if I don't have somewhere to be.

I called Thursday to get my port rescheduled and my echo cardiogram. It will be sometime in the next two weeks, before Chemo anyway.

I had to rescheduled everything to do with my chemo because my husband got sick and had to have surgery. He had to have a gallstone surgically removed and he had to have his gallbladder out. Like I said, it has been crazy around my house. I still have to write about our (not just mine anymore) wonderful surgeon. I promise it is an unbelievable story. You will be able to see how God's hand was directing us to find a Godly Surgeon, through blogging mind you. I'll tell you all the story soon but I want you to meet this dear woman right now. She is one of our dear blogging friends. You can visit SJ here

I have a Chemo teaching class June 5th

I Met with Dr. Chottiner get blood work June 10th

Update as of the mail today, June 2nd.

I will have my echo cardiogram at 2:30 p.m. on June 10th.

I get my port put in at 7:00 a.m. on Friday June 13th and my first Chemo will the same morning at 9:00 a.m.

Chemo June 13th-Friday the 13 how appropriate LOL
Chemo June 27
Chemo July 11
Chemo July 25th

This is the Chemo I will be taking: Adriamycin & Cytoxan I will be having this together IV once every 2 weeks for four times.

I then will have Neupogen shots to raise my white blood count back up.

After that Taxol Weekly for 12 weeks

Radiation will start after Chemo is finished for 38 visits Monday thru Friday

I then will be on Tamoxifen for the rest of my life.


Greg C said...

I will email you with the details but this I will say here. God works miracles for those that believe in him and I have personally see his works. No matter what happens, never give up. You can do it.

Anonymous said...

You will be okay, God will give you the strength. You are a testimony to HIS Miracles!
As you know HE provided your surgeon and now HE will provide you with strength. You are Beautiful not only on the outside but the inside. WE ARE PRAYING AS GOD SAID not ceasing!
Not one of us can say we want to loose our hair its is not just vanity, it is something God gave us. Remember HE has already provided you with LIFE and you are needed. More than you know!

groovyoldlady said...


Good Heavens! Speaking of busy, I have been very much so myself and haven't time for blog hopping for the past few weeks. I came here expecting to read your latest post and leave a smiley face and be on my way. But then I had to go back reread several posts to catch up.

Lori has cancer. More importantly, Lori has GOD and, best of all, God has Lori in the palm of His hand.

You are beautiful with or without hair!

donna said...

I have been in and out of blogging, so was surprised when I came here and read the news....You are a strong lady, most importantly, strong in the Lord...I will keep you in prayer....hugs


e-Mom said...

Lori, I was just about to come and visit, and then I saw your comment on my MM post. Thanks for stopping by!

Well, my friend, you're going to be busy for the next year, aren't you? I'm glad we can follow your progress through blogging... otherwise we would never know!

Take it easy, and try to get used to your "new normal."

Lotsa love, e-Mom

Jim said...

Lori, I'm with the Grovey Lady, I should have checked in on you sooner. I was every now and then but then you wrote in spurts.

You are a brave lady. The Lord is with you, that helps beyond what we can say doesn't it?
Trailing the Lord a long way are all your friends who are praying for you and your family.

Thank you for your pep talk to us about checking things a couple of posts ago. I'm sending a friend to read your story.

Kristy said...

Lifting you up, my special spunky friend!
Love you ~

Neva said...

Praying for safe passage through yet another lifestorm.

love you, friend.


Lori said...

Oh, I'm sorry I've been a bit busy. I just wanted to thank you all for your prayers and comments. I really am doing great!

Jan Parrish said...

Psalm 29:11
The LORD gives strength to his people; the LORD blesses his people with peace.

Praying for you!