chemo tomorrow

I’m writing to thank you again for your support and to ask for your prayers and positive thoughts for an effective chemo session this week, without uncomfortable side effects!

Thank you for taking care of my family, and for being a generous spirit to those around you!

I read this blog post and thought it was worth re-posting, as many of us can find ourselves in draining situations, even if it isn’t intensive care.

This is what I learned, living in an Intensive Care Unit

Much love,
Marie

6 thoughts on “chemo tomorrow

  1. Dear Marie:
    you have no idea how much strength you feed me with your words and insight and faith. I am deeply grateful for your generosity of spirit!
    I have been supporting my teen daughter in her healing and recovery for about a year now and we still have aong way to go. In my exhausted moments when I careen toward fear and despair I think of you, and all of our heroic hearted women standing together in love… welcoming life as it is… gratitude and sweetness rising in the wilderness of our Journies.
    You are in my heart and prayers.

    • Sara, I was thinking today of all the gifts I got from Shira. You are one of them.
      I will keep you and your daughter in my heart and in my prayers. You both have been role models for me, from your days of homeschooling (which I am doing now) to transition back to traditional school (which we are considering) to overall lifestyle and the supportive love in the way you live your life. Thank you. May your daughter’s healing and recovery keep going in a positive direction and may you have the strength to stand with her. This is all so hard sometimes, but we can do it. Love you.

  2. Thank you for linking to my post, Marie, and I wish you continuing strength, support and happiness in your ongoing journey of connections and discovery amid challenging times.

  3. Thanks for this, Marie. I love the part where she says that ‘at every point of awareness’ she chose love. Of course people will feel fear, anger, whatever. We don’t have to beat ourselves up for that. But when we’re aware of those thoughts, choose love. So simple; so powerful.

    Wishing you the easiest possible chemo session and seeing you back up on your feet quickly!

    much love .. and belated Happy Birthday!

    Tania

    On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 8:05 PM, Adventures in Spiritual Living wrote:

    > Marie Colantoni Pechet posted: “I’m writing to thank you again for your > support and to ask for your prayers and positive thoughts for an effective > chemo session this week, without uncomfortable side effects! Thank you for > taking care of my family, and for being a generous spirit to tho” >

  4. Sending you oodles and oodles of positive healing energy, sprinkled with much love, my dear Marie. Hugs!!!
    Petrica Holbrook (and Stafford too!)

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