Monday, October 11, 2010
I get my strength from my son Nate
9/22/2010 4:37 PM
Some people say they get there strength from a parent, grandparent, etc. I get my strength from my son Nate. As I sit here at the hospital with him, I realize how precious and carefree he is, he is also so strong. After having a long night of getting up to go pee all night long, even once having a accident he looked at the IV Fluid machine and said well I guess when you are hooked up to that it's going to happen. Couple hours later he woke up to have breakfast, he started to vomit. He was fine he never got upset. He still laughs and plays like its just a normal day. I can tell he is starting to loose his appetite from this chemo treatment and I know that it will be 5-6 days before he really wants to eat. I tell myself he will be fine. He has so many people praying all over the world for him. Nathan will be a miracle. At the end of the day all I can say is that CANCER SUCKS! but I know I will be able to look back in 9 months and be a stronger mother, wife and friend. I know I will be able to help others who have found themselves in this same situation, and I know this because Nathan shows be he can get through it everyday just fine.