Wednesday, April 6, 2011


so right now i'm sitting in the infusion chair getting my chemo therapy. they put a needle in my port called a butterfly. i would like to say thanks to all of you who have been supporting me.and thanks for paying attention to me and my blog, i will really try to keep you guys updated. luv all of u!


  1. you just take it easy and keep your blog posting to when your feeling well enough to do it.

    Im so proud of you bailey, you always try to maintain such a positive out look on everything.

    Keep up the good work, and lets see a count down calendar going till ur last treatment!!!!

    Love ya Bailey

  2. I hope that your treatment didn't make you feel too bad. You are such a strong young woman! I can't imagine going through what you're going through.

    Keep up the good work, and know that I'm thinking of you often and sending healing vibes your way. :)

  3. Hi Bailey,
    I hope your treatments are going well and that you are not feeling too bad.
    Heard about your blog on the Dr. Laura show today and decided to drop you a line!
    You are a brave young lady. My mother went through this twice in her lifetime and she is STILL with me! She had breast cancer once when I was 5 years old and once when I was 45 years old! I am now 51 and she is still here!! :)
    Don't ever give up and always have faith! Breathe in, breathe out and take each day as it comes. Don't worry about tomorrow!!!
    take care!

  4. Hi Bailey,
    I heard about your blog on Dr. Laura's show yesterday and just got on my computer today. I am sooooooooo impressed with your courage and outlook! I hope that you are having a good day today! I am a truck driver and had been for over 30 years. I want to share a blog that I do with you. I write it for our cocker spaniels. Mr. H is just 1 year old and Mrs. Beasley who is his mother is 5. We got Mr. H a year ago and then got his mother Oct. 31 because his breeder Mary has pancreatic cancer and had to find homes for so many of her dogs. Like you Mary is an inspiration and is doing well right now. She has a prayer group of her family and the family she has created by so many people who have gotten her puppies. It really does make a difference and if you don't mind I will put a link to your blog on theirs. You take care and you are in our prayers too, the more the better:) Kim & Kids If you like puppies and like this I have 3 other blogs that I know you will love too:)

  5. soo Bailey..your story isso simulair to mine its almost identical...I had NF all my life well duuuhh I should say i have had complicatins from nf all my life... I have had mri every 6 months as a child then a teen....Also i had surgery when i turned 13..I had to go to school 7th grade..completly was devistating but I made it...Also i had what they thought was a brain tumor and suffered headaches just like you..I was told would never be able to have kids, I would be blind in one eye, deaf in one ear and loose my sence of smell by the time i was 20......WELLL i am 33 years old have two kids,...have 20/20 vision and only min hearin loss is minimal and i have all my smelller..which is dangerous when you have ateenage boy in the house-
    " ya know what i mean" pewwweee....
    Anyways...I read your story and i hear so many many years ago. I wish that computers and blogging were around when i was your age...I read through osme of my diary pages now and its almost identical to what you times i look at you and you even look like me whan i was your age..ill find a pic and show you.....its almost creepy how simular our stories are...I want to help kids to. I have some ideas for some childrens boos and would love to meet with you someday and talk about my ideas...I would be honored if you would co-author with me these books..Im also a friend of your moms...she has my number and you can call me any time you want....With christian love,

  6. Hi Baily,
    I am so glad I found your blog. You have no idea how much your positive words help me smile. Thanks you for your blog!