Sherawn’s Story

Site created on April 27, 2020

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Newest Update

Journal entry by Nathan Stewart

Today was a little different just because of timing. Chemo went well and Sherawn's numbers are still good. We started much later than normal and because of the time change, things were a little different in the infusion center by the time Sherawn left. During a normal day, Sherawn says the room looks like a beehive. Tons of activity moving from one place to another. When a person walks in they get a sharp poke. I guess the honey would be the care the nurses and staff are offering. 
By the end of the day, things are much slower. And it's a little bit easier to get an idea of some of the people behind the face masks. I can't share any details. Sherawn is good at respecting privacy, even with me, but I could see it on her face when she came out, I could see it on the faces of the people coming and going, an infusion center is a place people go because something is wrong. Some heavy stuff goes on in that place.

We have felt the prayers you all have said for us. And we want you to know they are working! Sherawn's side effects are nothing like what most have. Sure she has pain, fatigue, rls, and so on but she is still able to feel human. Your support has been incredible! The cards, texts, your acts of kindness, the go-fund-me, and on and on; it's incredible! When you are doing these things we are telling others about it. You matter to random people we meet along the way because they are seeing the good that is inside you being shared. God is using you to share hope and we cannot adequately express our gratitude.  

We can't imagine what it is like for people who don't have the support system we do. So today, do us a favor and say a prayer for them too. 

You are loved.
Nate
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