My CaringBridge posts may be infrequent for some time as I go through radiation and the deep tiredness that follows. My tumor is now making more and more choices for me. Thank you for your prayers, support and encouragement. Please keep Ruth and the girls in your prayers. I have a new website where I … More Website
One of the ways to live a more spiritual life is to practice gratitude. Say thank you for blessings great and small. I even encourage you to say thank you for challenges, struggles and problems. It is often in the midst of a challenge that God is most real. This Thanksgiving weekend do more than … More Giving Thanks – Thank You
Below is what I had intended to send out last week but could not because of computer problems. It was also written before I learned that my tumor has not only spread, but is “enraged”. Any additions or changes to the original piece will be in italics. Recently I was reading John Maxwell’s book “Intentional … More I Am Going To Live Until I Die
“To every thing there is a season, and a time…” For years, some of my favorite words from scripture have been Ecclesiates 3:1-8. “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die”. A time to die will come for … More A Special Message
Twice I have taken part in events to raise money for brain tumor research and been given the title of “Survivor”. I was even given a button to wear that simply read, SURVIVOR. Apparently, a cancer survivor is a person who has or has had cancer and is still alive. Don’t get me wrong, I would … More “Survivor”?
What is a miracle? I believe a miracle is something so great and so amazing that we can only attribute the result to God. Lately, I have heard more people refer to my situation as a miracle in the sense that my tumor was supposed to take my life well over a year ago. Obviously … More A Miracle