Monday, December 15, 2008

Half Snow Day

We are experiencing a taste of winter here in the lower-midwest. We pretty much knew it was coming by the look of the local radar last night, but this morning there was nothing but COLD. The boys were so disappointed that they had school this morning! But lo and behold, it did arrive; it just took a little longer than they thought! So school was let out at noon, much to my boys' great joy! Right now it is sleeting (ugh)/snowing. The temperature at midnight was around 60*, and it has since fallen to about 18*. That's FREEZING! And it dropped so quick, too!
On another note, I haven't felt very well since my treatment on Friday. :-( I have pretty much felt like crap and I'm having bone pain from my Neulasta shot. My legs are aching, and I'm in a bad mood 'cause I don't feel like running. I wish I did! I need the endorphins that exercise gives me; my runner's high. I miss it terribly when I can't do it! But hopefully this won't last long and I will feel back to normal tomorrow. For now, I will just chill and relax...and let the chemo do it's work. That's where today's verse comes in:

"Moreover, the LORD your God will send the hornet against them, until those who are left and hide themselves from you perish." Deuteronomy 7:20

1 comment:

Sarah said...

Hey Erica! Wow, that is insane -- we're experiencing similar weather and I think what's happening to you down there is coming up here toward us in KY. It ws 54 when I walked the dog this morning and it's already down below freezing I think or it's getting there. We're expecting freezing rain and snow tonight and overnight, a little later than they expected (it was supposed to be noon-time). Anyway, just wanted to say hi and let you know I'm praying for you -- hope this bad feeling subsides soon :)

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