Sunday, September 28, 2008

Uterine Cancer Awareness Bracelet

This is the bracelet for my Mom. Unlike the Nurse's, it only has the teal crystals and the charm, with pearls. I see a string I've got to trim sticking out, but it turned out pretty I think. She'll like it. If it weren't so early, I'd take up to her before she leaves for church. The teal color can also represent Ovarian or all gynocologists cancers.
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turquoise cro said...

I'm SURE your mom will LOVE it Robbin! and of course I do too since it is made with my FAV color!!! tee hee Happy Serene Sunday Robbin! Yes, just rest for all that's coming up this week for YOU! Saying some prayers for YOU! and the sloppy joes and fruit sound YUMMY!

Sage said...

Robbin, the bracelet is beautiful! I'm guessing your mom loves it. I'm glad you are eating a little bit now. And I hope you're starting to get stronger every day. I'll be praying for you this week, as always, and I hope you can fly through all you have to do. You're getting closer to the end.....hang in there.

You go girl!

Me Maw said...

Oh Robbin it is just lovely. I cannot wait to see the ones you are making for the nurses. Being a nurse myself, I know how very special it is when a patient expresses such thoughtfulness.

Rapunzel said...

Very pretty, Robbin! We made some for lung cancer awareness as soon as my mom was diagnosed, I need to pull out the supplies and make some more.

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Robbin; I love the bracelet, you did a beautiful job on it. I am sure the Nurses will love them, as well as your Mom. I am happy to read that you are eating a little now. I am praying for you my dear friend. Take it easy and get some rest for the busy week you have.


Mary said...

The bracelet is beautiful. This is such a thoughtful gift for the nurses and for your mother. I'm way behind on blogging but will catch up in a day or two.

Our kitty is so much better and it looks as though she will be able to function and have a reasonably good life. No pain and two old farts who are her slaves. We're just lucky that she lets us live here with her.

I hope the next few days don't sap all your strength. You have been amazing through this ordeal. I truly admire you.

linda said...

robbin, this is very pretty! I can't wait to see all of them in different colors!! I bet while you are making them, the time flies by...if so, it will help with the coming week of are getting close to the end now, isn't that fantastic?!

Robbin with 2 B's! said...

A fave of mine too, Turquoise, thank you for your good wishes, I had a good Sunday.
Marge, it helps to start each treatment strong and this time that's the way it should be for sure and I'm anxious to get through it. As always, thanks for your encouragment.
Oh Meemaw, thanks for telling me that, I just want them to know how much I've appreciated them and I have. I wondered if you weren't a nurse as I knew you worked at night. Thanks for coming by.
Hi Rapunzel, I hope your Mom gets to come home from the hospital soon and that she feels better. The bracelets are a great way to make people aware of this ugly disease that seems to be all around us much more than ever.
Thank you Alaura, good to see you and eating all of a sudden is a chore. Nothing taste like it is suppose to but I'm trying, and it helps keep me strong, this I know.
I hope you have a good week.
Oh Mary, glad the kitty is doing better and glad she has such good devoted caregivers. Thank you for your kind words and I hope things go well for you this coming week.
Yes, Linda, I can't believe I'm coming so close to the end. I am so ready to be. Love ya bunches and I hope you are feeling better.