28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.I got 7 vials of blood drawn yesterday.
They are running some special tests - I've got some odd reactions going on. I’ve got the shakes, actually. My legs and my hands. I don't think it’s related to my bone marrow transplant. But who knows, really?
Not feeling well.
Being tired all the time.
Having to ask friends for rides to appointments.
I’m sick of it. All of it.
I want to go back to 2013. Before I had cancer. Before I even knew what leukemia was.
Back to when my kids were still home and they ran through the house laughing and fighting.
I feel like it was October of 2013 and I was told I had leukemia - I turned around - and suddenly it’s 2019 and I still feel like crap.
The shaking makes it hard to type and write. But I wanted to get out how I was feeling.
I try to focus on the good things.
I feel better than when I had my bone marrow transplant in 2015. And I feel better than I did most of 2016. But I’m not feeling as if I’m improving at a steady rate anymore.
I guess I’ll see how this latest lab work shakes out. (Ha, get it, shakes?)
And, most importantly, I haven’t lost faith. I still believe God heals and that all things work together for good. <><