2- MUG shadow "Corrupt"
3- MUG shadow "Poolside"
4- MUG shadow "Gold Digger"
5- MUG shadow "White Lies"
6- MUG shadow "Shimma Shimma
Revlon Colorstay "Sand Beige" mixed with
Sally Hansen inspired by Carmindy "Porcelain" liquid foundation
Maybelline Dark Circle Eraser "Fair"
Maybelline 24/7 Super Stay concealer (2nd to lightest shade)
Covergirl professional loose powder "Translucent Fair"
ELF blush/bronzer duo
Anastasia Highlighting Creme duo in "Aspen"
Colors listed above
Lime Crime Eyeshadow Helper
MAC Blacktrack fluidline
L'oreal Voluminous Carbon Black mascara
MAC "Pink Friday" lipstick
MAC "Viva Glam Nicki" lipstick
MAC "Boy Bait" Cremesheen glass
Here's a bonus picture of me and my handsome Sullivan!
Isn't he so handsome? Haha can you see the makeup on the back of my hand? Whoops!
I really liked this look! It was fun and colorful, especially with the pink lips!
So I got through my second round of chemo. I found out that blurry vision is a very uncommon side effect of the nausea medicine, it happens in less than 1% of people so they're going to switch my medicine to a different, longer lasting medicine. My nurse said worst case scenario is that my vision is blurry for longer but hopefully it won't be at all. I haven't had much of an appetite, on my chemo weeks I primarily eat saltine crackers and randomly some bread. Luckily I have a week on and then a week off so I can eat on my non chemo weeks.
Also, if you are ever diagnosed with a disease I highly recommend that you DO NOT google the survival rate. I did and it bummed me out. I realize that the average age of someone diagnosed with colon cancer is 72 so I really think that's why the survival rate is so low (it's based on a 5 year survival rate). I watched the movie 50/50 and he had searched his survival rate and so I thought I would too haha. Mine is not nearly that high. It just makes me realize that I really need to be, and will be, part of the small percentage who makes it.
I meet with my surgeon tomorrow just for another checkup. I have all these questions about the surgery I'll need on my liver, which I'm super scared of. They said it's a more intensive surgery than the one I already went through, which I thought was pretty tough (though not as painful as ACL surgery, I never woke up crying from pain after my "left hemicolectomy" like I did with my ACL/meniscus surgery). I guess it's a tough surgery because of all of the blood vessels and everything in the liver. I just hope I'm not in the hospital quite as long after that as I was with the last one, I was really missing my daughter after the 3rd day even though she did come to visit me.
Sorry to keep talking, I've just been thinking all of these things and it's kind of nice to get the thoughts out. So thanks for listening to me ramble haha! And thanks so much for hanging in there with me! Your support means so much to me! Thanks so much guys!!