The biggest and most important thing pediatric cancer taught me and continues to teach is: Love God and love others.
Christmas so often means focusing on a baby and His birth. This season I'm thankful for that baby's life to come; the pain He knew would come and He chose anyway. I'm praising God for the Savior he sent as a baby only to die to give us a place of a Heavenly home someday.
Family. We're a messy lot. Some of us are louder than others. More than a handful would rather be alone than together. Introverts and extroverts. Put them together and there is bound to be combustion of some sort. Not to mention the differing of political and religious opinions each and every one of us has. … Continue reading Love Unconditional
We aren't who we used to be. I'm not sure when it happened. But now, we aren't who we once were.
"Let's get him a walker in here so he can walk wherever he wants." ~ our Attending Doctor while in the hospital this latest go 'round. If this doctor truly knew my guy he would know his most favorite saying. "No walk today. Whomp, whomp." You see, he has absolutely no desire (or ability) to … Continue reading We Are Broken and That’s Okay