My name is Cheryl.
A little about me: I am 55 years old. I am a wife to Ed and a mother to Megan. We have two fur babies.
I have worked most of my life.
After marriage, we bought my mother in laws house in 89' and have been there ever since.
I got sick in July with Covid and was down for quite a while.
I have since been working on my blog at https://downsprigglane.com/.
I love cooking and DIY projects.
I have been trying to make an income with my blog as an influencer and with affiliates.
I found out on Dec. 7, 2020, that I have uterine cancer.
I just wanted to give an update as of Feb. 25, 2021.
I have spent the last week with my doctor, the financial people, and our insurance. Finally, all the pieces are coming together and questions are being answered.
Our insurance will cover almost everything after a certain percentage is covered by us. Our church has donated quite a bit of what we will need for this operation. I have changed the amount and will probably change it again when everything is said and done. I still have an amount just in case something happens or comes up that we can't take care of.
My surgery is scheduled for March 12 and pre-op is the day before. It takes about 3 1/2 hours to travel for the operation!
I just want to thank our friends and our church for all of the support and financial support and prayers. We could not go through this without all of you!
These funds are helping pay for the tests, surgeries, further treatments, and travel.
Know that we appreciate you more than ever, with whatever you can monetarily or otherwise offer me and my family, and I hope someday that I am around to repay that kindness.
I have started a journal of sorts about this journey of mine. Please feel free and encouraged to read it here as I update my Journal .
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