I wrote about it briefly in Facebook status, but I thought I would post here since I'm rambling this evening. Lately ( especially after my last chemo treatment ) when I get nautious or a really bad thought in my head in reguards to chemo I clear my head and focus on a thought to make the nausea and bad thoughts pass. When my mom was here we went to karaoke at a bar and grill place called Fox and the Hound. I had a piece of chocolate cake there drizzled with hot fudge, it was so good! That piece of cake has become my "center" when I feel sick to my stomach or overcome with anxiety. There are other things that bring me inner peace like the thought of the smell of rain on a soft breeze, or the crisp smell of air when you know winter has arrived, but because of my love for chocolate, I can smell/imagine the taste of the cake and chocolate brings you the blissful comfort.
I wish I had some more profound kind of center like some tall japanese mountain and cherry blossoms or some shit ( well maybe I would if I had ever been to Japan but I haven't been ) But my yummy chocolate cake with hot fudge is helping me cope. Viva la Chocolate!

I am gonna take my mp3 player with me to chemo this week. I was so broken down last week I am gonna need extra encouragement prayers and good vibes from everyone. If you wanna dedicate me a song, leave the artist and song title in a comment and I'll add it to my playlist. Then you'll be with me in spirit!

Love you guys, Thank you for all your love and support throughout my tough times.

From: [identity profile] wickedglitter.livejournal.com


Onoz I dunno...I will find you! I just really started getting into facebook about 2-3 weeks ago

From: [identity profile] ker-thwap.livejournal.com

1) Lipps Inc, Funkytown. Freakishly cheerful and reminds me of that scene from Shrek 2.
2) Brandi Carlile, Downpour.
3) Pachelbel's Canon.

2 and 3 both start off kind of sad and end with inspiration.

From: [identity profile] wickedglitter.livejournal.com


I love Funkytown I need to add it to my playlist. I haven't heard Downpour, I will look for it today. Canon in D minor is one of my favs as well!

From: (Anonymous)

Not really as appropriate for you as for me, but I added SaltNPepa's Push It to my iPod playlist for when I go into labor.

Wanna swap songs? (please... just don't let it be Tender Roni...)

From: [identity profile] holliquin.livejournal.com

Sorry, this is me... my browser updated last week and now it logs me out of everything... need to check my cookie settings, I guess.

From: [identity profile] wickedglitter.livejournal.com


My feel good song for you is Feel Good Inc. by The Gorillaz. Great upbeat song! If you can't find it or something lemme know I'll just send you the mp3 over messanger or somethin

From: [identity profile] pettyinsanity.livejournal.com

I Think I See The Light by Cat Stevens

So incredibly uplifting. That song got me through some breakups - I imagine it translates well into any hardship. Enjoy!

From: [identity profile] lookn4tuxdomask.livejournal.com

I know I'm late...but here are some songs anyway. :-\ I don't know definitively what kind of music you listen to, but I'd probably pick "Clothes Off!!!" by Gym Class Heroes because it's fast paced and it always makes me bounce along. Be strong, okay? We love you! And if you want a great laugh I'd say "Everywhere I Go" by Hollywood Undead. They're so stupid--I love them.

From: [identity profile] wickedglitter.livejournal.com

ty <3

Thanks, and you're not late my chemo is tomorrow dun da dunnnnnn


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