Ok guys, I’ve seriously had the worst week! Someone side swiped into my car, work was super cray-cray and on top of everything else – I dropped and shattered my iPhone and couldn’t blog all week because of it! Thank goodness I’m getting a little light va-ca with my parents headed back to Georgia. Im really looking forward to this…

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I have waited, waited and waited on the words to come to my mind, to write a beautiful remission story that I knew how on my mom winning her battle against Ovarian Cancer. Unfortunately, those words have never came to me. I’m realizing that sometimes you learn how fragile life is and that at any given time you can lose…

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At the beginning of every round of chemotherapy my mom receives, she has blood work done first thing in the mornings and accesses her two ports. Her first port being an IV port (intravenous) and her second port which is in the abdomen and it is more of an aggressive approach to her system called intraperitoneal chemo. The last time…

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Hey guys I’m back traveling on this Sunday as my mother is headed back to the ATL for her second to the last round of chemotherapy. This time she will also receive a MRI, thank you so much for all the continuing prayers. This is also our second time to be traveling across Alabama. I must say, yes – flying…

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One can’t possibly receive chemotherapy fast enough right? Well, unless you’re my mother who has turned out to be “super hero Hennigan” you can. My mom is doing two sets of chemo. The first one she is receiving an IV which is a four-hour drip. Her second round is what you call a belly wash. The belly wash is another…

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Rarely do you have conversations with someone about your socks but if you’re in my family it’s not rare at all. In fact, my parents have always cared about making sure you’re warm and cozy. Short true fact: when my son was a toddler, you never brought him over to his nanny and pawpaws house without a fresh diaper and…

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I’m never sure of what my mom and my son reaction will be when I say, “I’m going to take some pictures”. I’d like to believe that they would be excited every time and I know they only feel in ways it is helping me cope with the fact that my mother has cancer. It doesn’t.  In fact, my mom has…

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