Here We Go Again

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Round 2 Underway. This time just Taxol (the tree drug). Side effects not as painful this time around. Shouldn’t involve nausea…..yeah!

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27 thoughts on “Here We Go Again

  1. You all are daily in our thoughts and prayers. What a great example of courageous faith!! You are a beautiful family and we admire more than just that classy new hair style! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Tara: So good to see your smile. We have been praying for you regularly from first notice of your diagnosis. We will continue to pray for you and your wonderfully supportive husband and family. God cares for you and so do we.

    Jay: Thanks for keeping us well informed. Looking forward to seeing you back in action on the Elder Board when time permits.

  3. Hang tough Tara. We are praying for you. Jay your writing is so honest and heartfelt. Thankyou for your sharing. Mary and Lance Fleming

  4. My beautiful friend,Tara, the peace in your eyes comfort those around you that love you. Love the new haircut too! : )
    Thank You Lord for cradling Tara, Jay, and their precious children in Your capable and loving arms. Hold her tighter Lord this morning as she receives another treatment. We trust You Almighty Father for her care and healing. We rejoice in knowing nothing is too hard for You!

  5. Still praying daily for you with the boys Tara, especially for your strength to withstand any chemo they wish to bombard you with! Jay’s posts are inspiring, uplifting, and humbling. Sending big hugs your way xox

  6. …I am glad to get the emails updates… I suspect many more read your posts than click on this website through that auto email feed. May this encourage you!

  7. Hi all,
    You look great and like your hair. It will allow you the natural look with little prep. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers continually. Praise God for HIS faithfulness and your obedience. Love you, Uncle Gary

  8. Strength and dignity are Tara’s clothing, and she laughs at the times to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on Tara’s tongue. Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, but Tara who fears the LORD is to be praised. (Modified Prov. 31: 25,26,30)

    Sending the beautiful Maier family all of my love ๐Ÿ™‚ xxoo

  9. Just so you know Rudy (Zack’s dog) and Hunter are now good friends. They are the same color and size.They like the same things on the side of the road. One pulled and one did not. So one of us is tired and one of us is not.

  10. Love the hair. I am praying for no SE from this round of chemo. Many prayers continue from CL. You go girl !! Love you all. Aunt Cathy & Uncle Mike

  11. I Love the haircut, I remember when you used to keep your hair shorter. You are beautiful whether it is long or short, just saying! Love you, praying for a smooth 2nd round of chemo.

  12. Tara and Jay, I am thinking of you so, so very often! Sending you lots of love and peace. I hope you feel comfort and peace from knowing all those around you are thinking of you, supporting you, loving you and lifting you up during this time.
    Love, Dee Ann

  13. Love the “short and sassy” haircut! We are praying for an easier time for you after this treatment. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you and your family. We will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. We love the beautiful smile on your face! Our family is pray for you all as you climb this mountain together with Christ.

  15. We have been lifting you up in prayer throughout the day!
    “I love you, LORD; you are my strength. The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my Savior. My God is my rock in whom I find protection. He is my shield, the strength of my salvation and my stronghold…. But in m distress I cried out to the LORD, yes I prayed to my God for help and He heard me from His sanctuary; my cry reached his ears.” Psalm 18. We love you and will continue to cry out for Gods continued hand upon your healing!

  16. Tara, you look great! Not that it matters what we think, but we all love your haircut. The kids commented, “she still has her smile!” It is clear that you are resting in Christ; may he be glorified greatly!

    From Clark: “I hope you feel better, Aunt Tara.”
    From Josie: “I hope you don’t get sick from this chemotherapy. I love you. We hope to get to visit you sometime.”
    From Abigail: “Hope you get better soon. I’ve been praying for you. I love you.”

    Lots of love from your family in NM,
    Leslie, Jim and the kids

  17. Tara, Jay & Family,

    Our warm and loving thought sare with you as you speed down the ighway towards the mountain — then up the hill. As you win this fight we all know that the highest power holds you cose and in his arms are being carried.

    If you lose all of your hair juss remember one thing — hair is just overrated !! And we can anticipate what we get back when treatments let us have hair again. But for now, just think of all the hmoney you don’t have to spend on hair cuts. Also, it doessn’t take long to fix and go out the door. Save your hair and out it out in the spring for the birds to build their nests out of your hair.

    Carol and I both saved our hair and put it out in the spring for the birds ! It made me feel like it helped them and me to deal with my hair loss.

    I am thnakful for many things these days……. and I ponder and wonder in amazement about every little thing. All the blessings that I have…. love all our family with all my heart. God is good and he will see us both through our journey.

    Hugs and prayers to all !!
    We love you kiddo !

    Aunt Dee Dee & Uncle Frank

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