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Thank You

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Sometimes these two words just don’t seem to be enough when trying to convey your heart on a specific matter. Often, our words are inadequate to describe how we feel about a particular person or thing. Over the past 9 months, our family has been loved, supported, and cared for by so many people. Our families, friends, acquaintances, our kid’s school, church family, and even complete strangers have gone out of there way to help us during this time. It…

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Health Journey Update

Getting Over My Fear Of Food

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There once was a time in my life (only 9 months ago) when I paid absolutely no attention to what foods I was eating. I grew up in a home that taught the importance of the four major food groups, but didn’t really follow the guide to nutrition. As all parents I am sure, mine did the best they could with what they knew. It’s the same for all of us. We only know, what we only know. I have…

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Family Health Journey Life Story Update

This Is What She Says

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I asked Jamie to write something for the blog – so here it is… When Sean spoke the words”It’s cancer” from the telephone, I on the receiving end, had a nanosecond to think, respond, and choose. I had to think what our now life was going to look like, to respond as from either a selfish or selfless counterpart, and I would have to choose to believe whatever belief I did have that moment while sitting on the stairs as…

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Journey Life Update

Castle Fun Park – A Scary Trip

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It seemed like a good idea at the time, but … Earlier… I had just finished my treatment at the doctors when I got an idea to take the kids to Castle Fun Park. We jumped in the Flex and headed east to CFP. The entire ride the kids couldn’t contain their excitement. It was like someone had given them a 2L of Coca Cola to drink before they got into the car. We arrived after a 10 minute ride,…

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Journey Update

Next Steps

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How are you doing? Amazing! Great! I feel the best I have ever felt! That is usually my response when people ask me how I am feeling/doing. I still find it difficult at times to wrap my mind around this diagnosis. Other than the treatments, and all the dietary changes I have made, I don’t feel like I have cancer. To be honest, I find it to be one of the most frustrating, and confusing experiences I have ever endured.…

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