Again, thank you everyone for your feedback. I have been forwarding it on to my mother in law, and she really appreciates all the comments.
It’s not something most people would want to take pictures of but it can definately help raise awareness.
Angela, your mother in law did a phenomenal job. As I looked throught the pics of her sister, I was feeling what I felt all last year. The black and white instead of color is huge! Gosh how I wish I would have thought have taking some pics like these. I often thought of taking pics of the what seemed to be umpteen bags of chemo hanging there. I don’t know why I didn’t. My beloved husband was diagnosed 12-26-07 and 13 months later 1-18-09 passed away. We would travel to Houston, MD Anderson every 2 weeks for his treatment. Plenty of opportunity for picture taking. Thank you for sharing, they speak loud and clear.
The pictures are wonderful. I also like the idea of adding dates to them. Please pass on to your mother in law that the pictures were wonderful and certainly told a story. Her sister was a beautiful woman. I’d like to offer my sympathy and prayers for you and your family for your loss. God Bless,
Glad to hear you are feeling better! Get some rest and make sure you try and get lots of fluid to replace what you’ve been losing both with the vomiting and the fever. God Bless,
Glad to hear you are feeling a little better and the fever has broken. After 3 days of vomiting & fever it’s no wonder you are weak & tired. Take it easy for a few days & hopefully things will improve even more!
I think this set of pictures tells the story very, very well. If the pictures were dated in addition to titled, I think it would show the progression better – I think the time frame is important for people to understand? Well done – what brave souls.