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Out there is chaos, the collapse of society, and so much to be afraid of. All that matters is freedom.
That’s what Remy Blake has been taught by his survivalist father. Raised off the grid in the middle of nowhere, his own survival skills not yet honed, Remy is days shy of his eighth birthday when his father unexpectedly dies. As seasons pass, supplies run out, and fending for himself grows more desperate, Remy sets out on foot, unprepared for the great unknown of civilization.
He is found—near feral, silent, and terrified—in the small rural town of Blaire. To Anne, a nurturing mother of two adopted teenagers who’s still dealing with her own childhood rejections, Remy is not a lost cause. Just a challenging one. As Remy cautiously adapts to his new foster home, his family wants nothing more than to reassure him that he can trust the world. But to do so, they must first reexamine how much they trust the world themselves, and how much they should. As Remy’s journey into the real world begins, figuring out how to navigate it becomes a path they will have to learn to walk together." - via Goodreads
To Do Tuesday
3. Machine Sewing
|Sections 1 & 2|
-Make four labels for the various finished projects Done! I've saved a few templates on my machine, so the process should be a bit smoother.
This Week's List
3. Machine Sewing
This Week's Moments of Gratitude
Faith, Trust and Breast Cancer
I've been sharing a bit about the first few weeks of my journey into the world of cancer. After I was diagnosed and started chemo, my memories are vague. I do remember being amazed at God's work in my life and the lives of my loved ones. My grandbabies were beautifully loving to me...I was blessed - and still am.
After chemo and surgery, I had 7 weeks of daily (Mon-Fri) radiation treatments. The techs were wonderful and my radiation oncologist was the second best in Texas. I am so grateful to her.
I used Aloe-Vera on the site where I had the radiation, but made sure my skin was very clean before treatments. Fatigue was my constant companion. Eating healthy and rest were my friends.
On one of the last days of treatment, my sister and brother-in-law took my husband and I out to eat to celebrate. We were treated like royalty at a very posh, top floor restaurant. It was a beautiful evening.
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