datestampFriday, February 14, 2014


When I wrote my last post, I second guessed myself. It sat for hours without me publishing. I felt strange asking for prayers.  After hours of going back and forth in my mind I fell asleep. I awoke around 2:45am to the thought that I absolutely HAD to push the publish button...the feeling overcame me and I did it. I realized that I need you. I needed these prayers and good thoughts. I've felt a lot of peace over the years, but the last 3 days have been phenomenal. No late nights worrying, no anxiety, just peace. Oh, how sweet it has tasted. I am forever indebted to you all.
Today I found out that some of my tumors have calcified and are in necrosis, which means they are dead. I also learned that several are vascular, which means they're alive and have their own blood supply, but they are STABLE!  This is AMAZING news! The treatment that I've been doing for the last year and a half is working! We saw a light at the end of the tunnel...and it felt so good embracing it. I know we have a long journey ahead of us, but I know we are being blessed along the way. Words cannot adequately express my thoughts and feelings.  This I know with every fiber of my being that God lives. I know He is aware of each of us. I know that I'm living because of His grace. I know He hears us. We are not alone. Thank you for being a part of our journey. Much love to you my friends.


Christy said...

Oh my sweet friend! I have missed you. I pray for you every single night, and I thought I would stop by the blog to check in on you. I'm so happy that I have continued to pray for you. It gives me a peace when I do, and I know that you can feel that peace too. Give my love to Andy and the kids. Charlie dog is pretty sick. He was just diagnosed with Cushings disease, and that has caused a lot of health concerns. He is still the cutest little dog though. Love you so much! Christy Westover

Amber/Dia said...

I keep you in my prayers all the time. I'm so glad to hear good news from you just as I hear from a friend in Conn, that she found out, basically by accident, (God's grace obviously, as she believes) that she has a very rare form of cancer. I have no doubt that God will guide her though it, as He has you. Hugs, prayers and happy thoughts!!

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