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artpopdrescher #frandrescher & #cancerschmancer #anniversary week new video up link in the bio 39min

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  •   m_i_s_t_i_ Happy happy happy birthday Natty!!! I hope your birthday is as amazing and special as you are! 31 is going to be the best year for you!!!! You look amazing as usual!!! Glad to see that you're doing well!!! 3h
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  •   getkarmic Happy birthday!!! Beautiful pic 3h
  •   crystaaalxoxo Happy birthday!!!3h
  •   the_hads Happy birthday!!! 2h
  •   kobstagram Happy bday! 1h
  •   sylbobaggins So much fun spending the day with you! Enjoy the rest of your day beautiful!! #shoptilyoudrop #girlswillbegirls 1h
  •   ksanft Welcome to 31! 8min

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annetics_ AUSTRALIAS BIGGEST MORNING TEA held every year in aid of finding a cure for the ogre that is Cancer! I spent the morning at the Cancer Council with my mum who has just begun therapy! The staff and volunteers here in Hobart are so giving and warm and fuzzy! Takes the raw edge off the otherwise daunting experience. This photo was taken by the beautiful designer @erin_hodgesdesign featuring my Shibori! Thankyou Erin for supporting a cause dear to my heart! #australiasbiggestmorningtea #shibori #erinhodgesdesign #theruleofspoons #annetics #cancerschmancer #findacure #kmart 5d

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sedesignsinc Oh you know...just trying to help in saving lives. #cps3 #acs #AmericanCancerSociety #CancerSchmancer #round2 #fightcancer 5d

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raynafahey Tea and moisturiser. Perfect afternoon rest time enhancing ingredients. Thanks @ashleyecarr ! #afternoon #cancerschmancer 7d

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sarahrjarrett This morning we had the opportunity to talk with a family who just started their cancer journey. As we talked, my heart physically ached, I know it too well. The road is hard but we know God is good and His faithfulness doesn't change. We're thankful for hope.
If you or someone you know has been affected by cancer, join us this Saturday for a time of worship, a panel discussion and a Q&A. The event is at harvest and is free.
#cancer #cancerschmancer
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  •   wendyj17 @shesgotlegs you must go to this if you can- 1w
  •   esther.dana Praying for all those with cancer..I was diagnoised in March 1stage..But im standing on the word of God for my healing and others..Stay strong..God bless Matt as well... 1w
  •   jodiiwithani Can I go? 1w
  •   sarahrjarrett @jodi1withi yes of course! The cancer ministry and pastor Scott are putting together. 1w

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  •   limitlessfitness08 Update : I REALLY need love and support right now. Today has been a incredibly ( understatement of the century ) trying day. I was told that I was having a radioactive iodine scan done today. I have been on a low iodine diet for a week and have had injections first thing both Monday and Tuesday. Today was suppose to be the scan. Well, NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING went as planned. So, after waiting for 2 hours, I was told that today I would be receiving the radioactive iodine dose, and would need to come back on Friday for the scan. Not to mention, I could either sign a waiver saying that I for sure am not pregnant, or go to the lab to get the test done. To be safe, I opted for the test first, because it didn't make any sense to sign the waiver. Anyways, the lab lady was still registering someone that took her a half an hour, as well as she said there were 3 people before me, even though the nuclear medicine team said it was STAT. 2w
  •   limitlessfitness08 Oh, and the order wasn't in the system. At that point, I left the office, went outside, and started to walk to the car. I started to cry and enough was enough. I couldn't handle this all. But, I took a few deep breaths, turned around, and walked back inside, even though I was already late to pick up Katya from daycare and Josh from work. Cancer can't win and I have to do whatever is necessary to get as many answers as possible. I did the test and before they could say anything, I ran to the car, cried, freaked out, and drove to get Katya, then Josh. Took them both home and went back to the hospital. The nuclear medicine person stayed late just for me to get the dose, since I had already been through so much. So, with the results that I'm not pregnant, i recieved my radioactive iodine dose, he did tell me to stay away from Katya for at least 24-48 hours, which I wasn't told, and limited exposure with others for at least 24 hours as well. So now I'm in a makeshift bed, made from couch cushions, in the empty spare bedroom, in isolation (which we were originally told wasn't necessary because of the low dose.) Needless to say, I'm over today. I'm in isolation, feeling crappy, and just reminding myself, this is temporary. I'm going to take this head on and keep moving forward. 2w

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  •   limitlessfitness08 Update : I REALLY need love and support right now. Today has been a incredibly ( understatement of the century ) trying day. I was told that I was having a radioactive iodine scan done today. I have been on a low iodine diet for a week and have had injections first thing both Monday and Tuesday. Today was suppose to be the scan. Well, NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING went as planned. So, after waiting for 2 hours, I was told that today I would be receiving the radioactive iodine dose, and would need to come back on Friday for the scan. Not to mention, I could either sign a waiver saying that I for sure am not pregnant, or go to the lab to get the test done. To be safe, I opted for the test first, because it didn't make any sense to sign the waiver. Anyways, the lab lady was still registering someone that took her a half an hour, as well as she said there were 3 people before me, even though the nuclear medicine team said it was STAT. 2w
  •   limitlessfitness08 Oh, and the order wasn't in the system. At that point, I left the office, went outside, and started to walk to the car. I started to cry and enough was enough. I couldn't handle this all. But, I took a few deep breaths, turned around, and walked back inside, even though I was already late to pick up Katya from daycare and Josh from work. Cancer can't win and I have to do whatever is necessary to get as many answers as possible. I did the test and before they could say anything, I ran to the car, cried, freaked out, and drove to get Katya, then Josh. Took them both home and went back to the hospital. The nuclear medicine person stayed late just for me to get the dose, since I had already been through so much. So, with the results that I'm not pregnant, i recieved my radioactive iodine dose, he did tell me to stay away from Katya for at least 24-48 hours, which I wasn't told, and limited exposure with others for at least 24 hours as well. So now I'm in a makeshift bed, made from couch cushions, in the empty spare bedroom, in isolation (which we were originally told wasn't necessary because of the low dose.) Needless to say, I'm over today. I'm in isolation, feeling crappy, and just reminding myself, this is temporary. I'm going to take this head on and keep moving forward. 2w

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  •   limitlessfitness08 Update : I REALLY need love and support right now. Today has been a incredibly ( understatement of the century ) trying day. I was told that I was having a radioactive iodine scan done today. I have been on a low iodine diet for a week and have had injections first thing both Monday and Tuesday. Today was suppose to be the scan. Well, NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING went as planned. So, after waiting for 2 hours, I was told that today I would be receiving the radioactive iodine dose, and would need to come back on Friday for the scan. Not to mention, I could either sign a waiver saying that I for sure am not pregnant, or go to the lab to get the test done. To be safe, I opted for the test first, because it didn't make any sense to sign the waiver. Anyways, the lab lady was still registering someone that took her a half an hour, as well as she said there were 3 people before me, even though the nuclear medicine team said it was STAT. 2w
  •   limitlessfitness08 Oh, and the order wasn't in the system. At that point, I left the office, went outside, and started to walk to the car. I started to cry and enough was enough. I couldn't handle this all. But, I took a few deep breaths, turned around, and walked back inside, even though I was already late to pick up Katya from daycare and Josh from work. Cancer can't win and I have to do whatever is necessary to get as many answers as possible. I did the test and before they could say anything, I ran to the car, cried, freaked out, and drove to get Katya, then Josh. Took them both home and went back to the hospital. The nuclear medicine person stayed late just for me to get the dose, since I had already been through so much. So, with the results that I'm not pregnant, i recieved my radioactive iodine dose, he did tell me to stay away from Katya for at least 24-48 hours, which I wasn't told, and limited exposure with others for at least 24 hours as well. So now I'm in a makeshift bed, made from couch cushions, in the empty spare bedroom, in isolation (which we were originally told wasn't necessary because of the low dose.) Needless to say, I'm over today. I'm in isolation, feeling crappy, and just reminding myself, this is temporary. I'm going to take this head on and keep moving forward. 2w

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sarahrjarrett All of the information on these two discs can be summarized in just one word:
R E M I S S I O N
And with that, we have no doctor appointments for 3 whole months! Praise. The. Lord.
He has done great things and we are filled with joy!! Psalm 126:3
#cancerschmancer #lollipopforthewin
3w

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artpopdrescher #frandrescher #cancerschmancer event on #October 13 2015 new video link in the BIO 3w
  •   artpopdrescher I am also doing a Q&A video for Monday videos so level me questions I will answer them 3w

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