Monday, February 27, 2012

She's Always on My Mind

Eleven months ago, my long-ago college roommate and lifetime friend was diagnosed with cancer.  A mass in her liver was most likely a "traveler" from the breast cancer later diagnosed.  Since that day, she has had 30 chemotherapy treatments.  Determined to be in "partial remission" a month ago, she was able to go to chemo pills.  The latest MRI, however, shows numerous small lesions on her brain.  She begins radiation today, the first of 14 sessions.   Each week of her journey, I've made a card to send to her.   This is the card for this week.  The flower is a digi image from Hero Arts.  The pretty wide green ribbon is from Stampin' Up! and the glittery background paper is from First Edition's "Spring Feast" 6x6 pad.  The sentiment is a clear stamp, and I don't know where it's from.


Cynthia Schelzig said...

awhhh that is so nice of you to do this for your college roomy...I know it helps brighten her day....what a story...heavens!! a lovely card!!
Super red and black number below too!

Sue said...

I remember you mentioning your friend last year Evelyn. It does not sound good this latest find.
However, your beautiful card will put a smile on her face when she receives it. Let us hope she does not suffer too long, it is very sad.

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh I'm so sorry your friend has to go through so much. I wish her all the best on her difficult journey.
Your really their for her. What a great friend you are to send her a card every week.
Hugs Lynn

Marilyn said...

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Zinnia said...

I know that your dear friend appreciates every single sign of caring you show her. There really are tough times in life where loving gestures are something that help those who are suffering through their most difficult moments.