The life and times of those that live(or used to) at Starkey Hollow...Me with husband Larry....
Sons: Mike, wife Lori, children Bailey and Emma; Tim, wife Joni and son Cooper; Daughter: Chelsea and son Bryden
Oh, Donna! I read it. Your smile and that cap are so incredible! (I think your surgeon must be a very, VERY special lady.) I've just prayed for you - a good recovery from this surgery with NO complications; for healing and health to be yours in abundance in the coming days, weeks, months & years!
Dear Donna, I'm really heartbroken that you had to have the other breast removed. I was hoping that you were getting reconstruction done earlier but not this.So more chemo... You are such a strong woman and look so pretty in your soft fuzzy hat. I'm keeping you in my prayers and stay strong and hopeful. It's good medicine. I'm sure that you keep your faith in Jesus the healer.Wishing you speedy recovery and good health.Softs hugs.JB
Donna,You look great. I hope you are up to 100% quickly. What a long road you have traveled. Good luck with the rest of your therapy.May God bless you and your family.
So glad you came through so well. Sending love, light and many prayers your way.
Donna, I've just been over to Kathy's blog. Thoughts and prayers all around you. Love your hat and the beautiful pink sunset too.
I've been over to Kathy's...dismayed that you must go through yet another surgery. But you look like a champion and my best wishes for your perfect recovery go with you.Becky
I agree - what a wonderful surgeon. You look good in it. X
So sorry Donna. You did look lovely in your cozy pink hat. I was stunned when I read this. I will continue prayers for you. I hope that your recovery goes well. (((((HUGS))))
You look beautiful in your new cap. I hope that recovery goes well. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Girlfriend-- you are amazing!! You look fabulous in the photos that Kay posted-- unbelievable!! Love the hat!!!Hang in there-- you have got this beat!! So much behind you now--- you are walking into the sun! It's going to be a great new year for you-- Vicki
What a great place to have a Birthday Party. Lucky Bryden, I'll bet he will remember this one for the rest of his life. I only had one birthday party in my life. I was nine years old and my mom invited 8 of my girl friends. I was so excited to have a party that I invited practically every one I knew, so instead of having the 8 she expected, she had 21! can you imagine how she must have felt. Even the cake wasn't enough, so while we were playing games, mom had to bake another sheet cake. After it was over, my father was so angry that I recieved the only spanking I ever got, and it was a good one and I never had another birthday party. I'm glad you are over the surgery and that it went well. I'm certain that you will recover completely and I just hope and pray that it will be soon. I know that you are getting the best of care. You are quite an amazing woman. It is wonderful to see you back blogging. I have been so lax myself. November flew by and it was a bad one all around for me as I was sick most of the time, but I am feeling a bit better every day and December looks to be a good one so far. I hope you are busy preparing for the holidays as we are. We are planning to go to my daughter Sue's for Christmas and are looking forward to that. Love you Donna............Darlene
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