KpacoTa CnaceT Mup-Beauty Will Save the World

(Quote from Fyodor M. Dostoyevsky's THE IDIOT, 1869)

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Amazing Walking and an Awake Christmas...

So Christmas Eve showed Ken to be tired out from all the therapy. But Christmas Day he was wide awake and enjoying his company! Therapy has been pushing him to walk hundreds of steps w/the walker... and they want him to start going up and down steps.

He has had a potassium issue here and there, which they feel is related to his chemo. They are adjusting medicines.

Thank you for all your support and prayers. He told me yesterday that he was feeling a bit better- this is a first, where he offered up this information.

Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy Hanukah!

xo Lydia

Starting to want to get back to some artwork, as it helps to balance me. Shifting gears for me is still a bit of work. my focus has been on Ken, the kids,home......later alligator:)


Anonymous said...

Hi Lydia,
So Happy to see you and hear from you on my blog! I enjoyed reading your profile so much* ;-}
I have been reading some posts here on your blog. I am sorry to hear about Ken.
My prayers will be with him and I will continue my reading your blog to find out all the information .
Sening my love and hugs to you!
Darlene xo

vivian said...

Hi Lydia! I'm so glad to hear that Ken is doing better. I know you must be feeling some relief. And praise god that he has his memory and the desire to do things that he would normally be doing!
Heres to a much better year in 2010!!!

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Diva Kreszl said...

So glad to hear that Ken is making all remain in my prayers! Sorry that you couldn't open the link I sent, not sure what I did wrong but I can't find it now. Praying that you and Ken have a glorious New Year...with an abundance of love , happiness and good health!

Patti said...

I am so happy to hear that Ken is doing so well. Bless his heart he is a fighter and that is wonderful.

Hope the new year brings him back to good health.

God Bless you all

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hi Lydia. I was just going over the prayer list from Debra's A Day In The Life. I'm sorry I never came by sooner but that didn't mean I wasn't thinking of you. I'm glad to hear about Ken's progress. I'm keeping you both in my prayers. May the Lord give you his ever present strength.

May you family be blessed this New Year. Hugs...Tracy

Laurie said...

Oh, how wonderful. I'm interested to see how your art is affected by this journey!

Lydia said...

Thank you my dear blogging fam. & buds:) He has come so far, but has far to go.

Your support means so much to me.xo La