My mom has cancer

I know I haven’t been posting for a while, I was working on my other blog. This weekend I ended up hanging at my mom’s house, I will be going to sleep over every three weeks so my mom can know I’m okay awhile she goes to chemo. She got cancer after a lunge biopsy, she started getting sick and pain started in her hip and legs, a month later they diagnosed her with stage four lunge cancer. We are staying positive and faithful as she goes through this. The Doctors say to survive cancer it all as to do with the person’s state of mind and care some people live with cancers for twenty years others live five we don’t know really. Plus everyone response differently to treatment. My mom has had one treatment so far and she is doing very well. She only had dizziness and vomiting for one night, now she’s feeling very well. They gave her a lot of pain medication very heavy medications that she will need to take for the rest of her life.

I am just thankful my mom is a strong person and that she’s a fighter. We My mom bother and I have been through a lot to get to where we are today, my mom’s cancer is just another journey we will have to walk. How I say it bring it on the more the better!

About Amanda D Shelton

I write poetry, I also create digital art. I am disabled I suffer from high functioning autism, chronic pain, Dystonia, and Muscle dystrophy. My writing is a reflection of my thoughts and experiences. I blog because I love writing. I write because my emotions are too strong to express any other way. I have been told I am exhausting to speak to because I have a lot to say. My IQ is above 200 and I have Savant Syndrome. I was diagnosed at the age of 33 with high functioning autism and Savant Syndrome. I make friends very easily because I don't have boundaries and I am not shy. I am very honest and welcoming. I love people and animals. I always look forward to writing in my blog Gothic Realms Dark Visions In The Night. I hope to see you there. Feel free to leave a comment and like my posts.
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