Since this blog is about living with a brain tumor I have to say that Ron is living and doing really well.
Here is a synopsis of the past few years
June 2014 - we decided to move back to NH
July 2014 - house on the market and it sold in less than 10 days
September 2014 - moved to Milton NH
May 2015 - my Dad died from Non-Hodgkin's Lymphona
January 2016 - Ron gets a "come back in year" status on his MRI
April 2016 - Company I work for goes through joint venture, I do the same job with Netsmart now.
There have been Niece and Nephew weddings, along with births of great nieces and nephews. Our siblings and their spouses are so happy being grandparents. Are we really that old that we too could have grandchildren?
|Carol and Dad at Erin's wedding|
The most impact has been the move back to NH and all that entailed and then the death of my Dad. I am so grateful that my job allows me to work from home and the flexibility that allows. It made packing up and making the move possible. We were here for Dad's appointments and helped him till the very end. Once a nurse, always a nurse. Both events have shaped my outlook on life. Along the way we recognize that our families are wonderful and we have met some amazing people who have helped with these major life changes. Their kindness and friendship, irreplaceable.
|Momma Kitty and Bob's sweatshirt|
|Ron an AJ|
|Betty the former home owner.|
This is just a post to get me started again. I have more to share and will let you know that having hope is essential to keep you going.