5 responses to “Out of Luck”

  1. Nan

    Catherine,
    I wish there was more certainty about the end result of having to go through chemo and radiation. I know that information would make the drudgery of it slightly more palatable. With or without that information, we will do what we can to support you and Mary as you collectively face down these beasts. If love potions mixed with toxic meds can do it… we are definitely among many who are providing the love. -Nan & fam

    Cheesy quote of the day – couldn’t help it… I like it! : )

    When you come to the edge of all the light you know, and are about to step off into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing one of two things will happen: there will be something solid to stand on, or you will be taught how to fly. — Barbara J. Winter

  2. Andrew

    Few words rhyme with tamoxifen,
    then again,
    few words could offer the comfort you deserve.
    So when you run out of reserves,
    When chemo’s got you down and
    Oh do you want to ream the universe
    and its perverse sense of justice,
    remember we, the non-oncologists, your bastions of friends
    with no statistics,
    no open-ended, only-you-can-answer questions,
    no mentions of tests, side effects, and the rest,
    are here standing as stanchions, here by you handing over
    our good thoughts, our faith that luck has lazed through its luncheon long enough and is ready to be with you again.

  3. Amy

    I’m thinking of you. Let me know if you need anything.

  4. Christie

    Sending you love and healthy wishes from Colorado.

    –Christie

  5. Ellen

    Thinking of you up here in the north country and sending good wishes and love to corner of Dodds and Rogers. Miss you—

    Ellen

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