This is the second week I am doing this. Like I mentioned before, I started journaling through the many things in my life that I am grateful for. This week it’s health; for many of you that have been my subscribers for a while you know that I went through a cancer journey several year…… Continue reading GRATEFUL FOR THE GIFT OF HEALTH
We got up early this morning and headed down to Baylor hospital for my annual cancer exam. For 7years now, we have made this a family affair. Even though it’s a dreaded exam, somehow we manage to find beauty amidst everything. We laugh and reminisce on the exams past. How time has flown by and…… Continue reading Cancer floor waiting room
Since my fight with cancer, I have made it a point to keep my body as clean as I know how or I am able to. Prior to having cancer, I was never into all the “crazy healthy” or in this case “detox” kind of stuff. I honestly used to think the woman I am…… Continue reading Drinking My Dirt; Diatomaceous Earth
Painful Invasion of the body! Blood sucking to bare bones Preying On its host every ticking second. In Memory of a blogger friend who courageously fought Cancer.
Like an avalanche, my world was crumbling. I wanted to run, I wanted to hide, I wanted to wake up from this nightmare but no I couldn’t for that was my reality at that moment. Like I have previously mentioned, our youngest was barely a month and our oldest had just turned 2. “Lord you…… Continue reading Cancer journey; trusting God’s hand.
2011 right before my liver resection that would get rid of the right lobe of my liver which was all cancerous, I was put on a liver transplant list. Another possibility that we discussed was giving me part of husband’s liver. My thoughts amidst this; This was going to be a very painful journey It…… Continue reading Cancer journey; possible organ transplant recipient
There I was feeling stuck in that moment of pain and despair. Every part of me physically hurt and I knew I was truly dying. That was 2011, I can joyfully say that I made it through and I thank God yet again for the many people He used in my life. I spent months…… Continue reading Cancer journey; hospital nurses