My Cup Runneth Over?

I remember singing a song as a child, “Running Over”. As I have grown older I’ve come to realize the full meaning of this phrase. Life in the “Whole” can still be a little off balance from time to time though. Such have been the past few days for me. My “cup  runneth over” simply because it’s laying on it’s side! Even after 7 years of cancer freedom I still have multiple health issues. Today my counselor told me that I’m doing too much. “My cup runneth over”…. Easter is on my heels and knocking on my door; I have a very important Art Show coming up; I am still trying to juggle time spent working on my Etsy shop with all my doctor appointments and tests and such. “My cup runneth over”. So, in light of these events and my tilted cup I would like to share a few pix of my endeavors 🙂   Enjoy!

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Working on this for my 9 month old granddaughter.

A peek at some of my stash of cereal boxes, etc...

A peek at some of my stash of cereal boxes, etc…

Organized chaos in progress.

Organized chaos in progress.

 

My work station at the bathroom sink!

My work station at the bathroom sink 🙂

Needless to say, figuring how to add pix just so has been more coffee in my overflowing cup 🙂   Until next time…..Hugs and blessings I pray for you 🙂

 

 

 

 

Time Well Spent

Time with family should be well spent. Either way there are memories made. Some good, some not. Today has been a pretty good day here in the “Whole”. Spent time with my oldest daughter and later we both spent time with my youngest and her little family of three. This is how many of my weekends go. Somewhat laid back. Waiting for the laundry facility to free up 🙂  Soooo, my girl, my dog Daisy, and I went for a leisurely walk down the lane I previously posted about. Time well spent. Time spent enjoying the beauty of Spring starting to blossom. Time spent in fellowship together. Savor every moment you have because you really DON’T know when it could be your last. As I have enjoyed this beautiful day here I remember a loved one, a friend and colleague, whose memorial service was being held many miles from here. As I walked along with my little entourage I continued to pray for my friend in her grief and her family’s. One day her husband was there and the next he was not. A viral man, full of life and loved by a great many people around the world. His was time well spent. How shall you spend your day? Every moment spent becomes a memory. Time well spent I pray.Image

I know, it’s horribly out of focus. This is the Four Leaf Clover my daughter found today. Time very well spent!

 

Wholly Life After Cancer

Greetings and Welcome! This is my brand new blog about my endeavors while enjoying the most whole and fulfilled life possible after cancer. I am a 7 year Breast Cancer survivor and am looking forward to sharing all my quirks, crafts, ideas, how-to’s, findings, and the occasional recipe 🙂 Whatever is pressing on this old brain will be made available here! Enjoy the life you have. I’ve learned to enjoy my second chance 🙂