Bare hands held out Of a grieving mother shattered As little one fades away. Susan McMillan
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
The day I felt the chill of death… The day I didn’t know how to pray… The day I cried my heart out… The day I grieved for my children.. I longed to be held by him I longed for a friend’s grip I longed for a mother’s prayers I longed for his strength A…… Continue reading Cancer!
Dear cancer patient, I know from my own experience that your shoes are heavy, cold, painful and a lot to bare. Today I am asking you my dearest friend, to Trust!!…Yes trust the fact that God is sovereign, he loves you and He knows exactly what you are going through. He alone understands your pain,…… Continue reading Dear cancer patient
Yesterday was yet another cancer screening for me and this has become a family affair over the years. Needless to say, I love my support group to that “torture” chamber(I hate getting my blood drawn and of course the MRI machine that sets me into a panic mode). But that is not the point of…… Continue reading WHY?