Archives for: February 2005, 08
We have a friend at church who is having chemotherapy for a reoccurrence of melanoma. She will be hospitalized every other week. This week she is home. Families from church are taking dinner to her every night so that she can concentrate on getting rest and rebuilding her strength for the next round of chemo. Tonight is my night.
My husband visited her in the hospital last week and they got into a conversation about the Blood Type Diet. She and her middle school son are both Type O, and she was very curious about the concept.
My daughter and I have spent two days planning our menu. We want it to be beneficial and tasty. We don't want any avoids, but we don't want it to be so weird that it is a turn off.
Here is the plan: eye of round roast, fruit salad (strawberries, red grapes, grapefruit, pineapple), broccoli with olive oil, parsnips with maple syrup, kamut rolls, oatmeal cookies.
I will get the roast and the rolls cooking on timers before I leave for school. My daughter will bake cookies while I fix vegetables this afternoon.
If you are a praying person, ask God to intervene in this disease and bless Claudia.