What could possibly make a hairless gal feel better than when her cat shows up on her doorstep with a sympathy shave? After I had a good laugh at how ridiculous he looks (and he at me), I began to wonder about an ulterior motive. He has, after all, been sitting on all of my Spain photos lately. Hmmm…
Let me ponder this while I show you some more photos from the group’s escapades in Spain this week.
Evidently, the group is having a great time without me in Spain! Visiting new local villages most every day…painting and photographing…eating tapas and other local yummies, then back home later in the day to paint some more in the studio, rest up or swim in the pool…and enjoy a fabulous dinner at the hands of Sally and her staff. Denis is there, too, with his robust sense of humor. Anyway, enough chit chat. Here are some photos for you to enjoy.
It turned out that Yvonne, Elaine and Annette just happened to go into the same shop in Frigiliana – and discovered later they had each bought the same dress!!!!
The trip is already 1/3 filled at this point, sight unseen. So, if you’re yearning to join us, don’t hesitate too long. We have a great time on our trips!
And, if going to Spain is only a dream, COME BACK HERE FOR MY “HECK YES, I’M FINISHED WITH CHEMO” CELEBRATION AT THE END OF THIS MONTH (JUNE). MY FINAL TREATMENT WILL BE END OF JUNE AND I’M GONNA FEEL LIKE A CELEBRATION. SO, COME BACK LITTLE ONES, FOR A SPECIAL GIFT FROM ME TO YOU.
I’m finished with chemo number 5 and enjoying the warm summer weather. Funny about this entire experience – so many of you have written to say how brave I am and all of that. But I am NOT brave. I am the least brave person I know. So very many of you have gone through this, too, and I think of all of you and the fact that you’ve made it through and are now living a normal life, leaving the cancer far behind you. You are my heroes, for real. Thank you so much for all of your words of encouragement and hope. I am so very lucky to know so many wonderful people. What do people do who have no one to stay them through something like this? Anyway, I know how lucky I am and I just want to thank you all.
Here’s a photo of my mom and I. I’m stage 3 and she’s Stage 4. I got to go home for a short visit to see her last week.
Thanks for reading!