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
A bed that should have been cold and lonely, turned out to be a warm place filled with love. The feeling of the soft yarn over my cold weary skin gave me a sense of assurance; that someone was praying for me by name, someone was thinking about me, someone loves me, and someone shared…… Continue reading Cancer journey; gifted blankets
It’s been 6 years since I had a liver resection as I have previously mentioned. My body has healed but yet still graced with a nice size scar along with little scars from draining of the fluid buildup in my belly. It’s hard to believe I was able to patiently go through that season. Don’t…… Continue reading Cancer; living with surgical scars