Well, it’s S.O.S.D.D. around here! What does THAT mean? (Same old stuff, different day!) It means it’s there’s never a dull moment! Snaffu’s and glitches with shipping the book up to Alaska seem to be resolving. It won’t be the ‘usual 3-5 days’ but more like 10 days, as it will be trucked/shipped and then deliverd by Feb. 1/2. The website should be up by Jan.27th – http://www.caretuk.com which is where you can get the book, available Feb 1. So you know how to pray!!
We have GREAT NEWS! No new active cancer per the CT! We don’t have the tumor count back yet, but I will know on Tuesday and will let you know. I am fighting strep and upper respiratory bug right now, so that’s why you haven’t heard from me.
The attached photo are from 2 days ago. Thought you’d like to see snow feathers – the are about the size of a nickel in real life. And, a photo of Kula, our missions mutt, who we are keeping for Bill’s boss who has been in Peru on a missions trip for 2 years. We think that even when they come back we will ‘share’ Kula. She has been a real blessing for me and was my side chemo-companion. As I was reeling and reefing the last couple days Kula stayed by my side. I’ll tell you more of Kula’s story later – you’ll love it!! We took the photos the one day I could rally and take a walk to Care’s Corner to thank God for the book being done and on it’s way. Care’s Corner is where I go to “be still, and KNOW”…..so with that in mind, we know ALL things will work out, and the book will be here in God’s time.
I was interviewed for 2 publications that will come out on Jan. 27th and will be part of a 20 page glossy insert about the American Cancer Society. They gave me 2 pages – what a humbling gift to promote the book! It will be in the Anchorage Press and Frontiersman. The 2nd is for the Alaska Journal of Commerce – not sure when THAT comes out, but I’ll keep you posted.
Stay warm this weekend! We finally got 4” of new snow and warmed up above zero!! Yipee!! No more skate-walking on ice!
Care Tuk is a nationally known speaker, educator, and retreat/workshop leader. She has been a school, hospital, and home health occupational therapist for more than 30 years. She has been named as a Top Business Woman in America and recognized for her work with youth, disability outreach and awareness, and the American Cancer Society.