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A New Love

Monday, November 04, 2013

Where do I begin this love story and how it relates to Sparkpeople? Maybe I should just start at the beginning.
I needed to loose some weight for my own self esteem, as well as my health. I had gained weight taking some medication as a cancer follow up. So after 5 years, my Dr. and I agreed it was time to stop taking it. I allowed several months to drop some pounds with the help of Sparkpeople.
I talked in my April blog post about a dear friend of mine who lost her battle with cancer. She and her husband worked in the school district with me. After watching my beloved friend's husband grieve so sadly for his loss, I decided I needed to help in some way. It had been over a year since her death. Long story short, in being available to discuss his loss and let him talk about is love for her, we realized that our spirits were connected. A bond developed that was obvious to everyone we knew, except me I guess.
Our friends started to notice that he wasn't as sad as he had been for so long. That he was smiling more, that he was coming alive again.
And then it happened. He approached me and made the first move to make the relationship more than just a friendship. And every day it's a little more loving and every day it's a lot more obvious that we have a spiritual bond that is growing.
I love this man and he loves me.
And without the loss of a few pounds with the help of Sparkpeople, I don't think I would be as comfortable in my own skin as I am today.
And I'm going to continue to improve my health, not just loose the weight. Because we would like to enjoy the rest of our lives together in joy and health!
Wish me luck.

  
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DIBANANA 1/5/2014 8:54PM

  What a nice story. You never know when love will raise it's head.

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KELLYD2112 11/6/2013 8:06PM

    I met my current husband of 3 years 9 years after he lost his wife to cancer. He needed to talk then and he still needs to talk now. It happened around Thanksgiving so this time of year brings back all those memories. I used to be too sensitive. Now I feel honored that he trusts me enough to share.

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DRUIDPRINCESS 11/6/2013 1:19AM

    What a beautiful blog! Thank you so much for sharing your news with us. You made me cry it was so awesome! Love and hugs and positive energy and a wonderful long happy future together.

So awesome...

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ZORAHGAIL 11/5/2013 12:45PM

    So sweet! Wishing you two all the best.

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JACKSGRAN 11/5/2013 2:31AM

    How wonderful for you both. I wish you every happiness.

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SPEEDY143 11/4/2013 11:32PM

    Now that is just the most wonderful news emoticon emoticon on a beautiful new chapter in both your lives emoticon May God continue to bless you both emoticon emoticon

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STAY39 11/4/2013 10:48PM

    Great story! emoticon

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AVANELL 11/4/2013 9:38PM

    Life is for the living! Enjoy every moment of it!

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MSLZZY 11/4/2013 9:36PM

    WONDERFUL! HUGS!

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LOFLLAMA 11/4/2013 8:08PM

    Very sweet.

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Exceptionally GREAT day!!

Monday, June 24, 2013

I have been on a long personal journey this week. I've been somewhat absent from my SparkFriends as I've been dealing with my own Cancer Recurrence scare. I get so tired of talking about the BIG C in my life. But last week I got a call back (the first since my diagnosis) on my mammogram. As if it isn't enough to have to have one! So to my oncologist office I went to vent my concerns. Long story short, I had the second mammogram. Inconclusive. Sonogram. Inconclusive. Biopsy. and a 3 mammogram. OUCH. Enough all ready. Waited 3 days for the results. Drum roll please.
NO CANCER CELLS!!!!
I survive another year.
Exceptionally Great day.

  
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KELLYD2112 10/24/2013 7:16PM

    Whoa - that sure was stressful. My mom and sis are breast cancer survivors so I keep a close watch too. So so happy for you. emoticon

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SUZLOOZ 8/2/2013 2:23PM

    That's wonderful news! I've had 3 biopsies/breast surgery, fortunately have not had cancer, and I know how hard it is not only going for the tests, but waiting for results. I'm so HAPPY for you.

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CHEROKEE_ROSE 7/29/2013 3:18PM

    Whew! What a relief. All that stress. But it worked out great. What an ordeal you had to go through. Take care of you! Time for some relaxation after all that stressin'

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LANNIEMANUEL 7/25/2013 7:21AM

    great news. sorry you had to go through all that though emoticon

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DIBANANA 7/1/2013 11:42PM

  What a great day indeed. I bet you are still basking in your happiness!



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JACKSGRAN 7/1/2013 7:48AM

    Great news, so pleased for you. I understand the OUCH! Keep pressing forward, your head held high and your eyes firmly on Him.

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RUDITUDI2000 6/27/2013 2:12PM

    That is wonderful news! emoticon

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CIROHIO 6/26/2013 10:38AM

    This is the best news ever!!!!! I am so EXCITED and HAPPY for you!!!!!
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BARBIEE52 6/25/2013 2:06PM

    That is the greatest news. I am so happy for you, but I am sure not as happy as you must be. I am so glad for you. I hope it continues on for you. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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STAY39 6/25/2013 12:34AM

    This is so wonderful!!! So happy for you!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MSLZZY 6/24/2013 11:50PM

    emoticon Fantastic, despite all the inconvenience and waiting for the results. HUGS!

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TERRY789 6/24/2013 10:11PM

    Congrats on the great news. Been there done that and could write a book about it. Cancer is a scary thing. Glad you are not having to deal with it again. 12 year Breast Cancer Survivor and counting emoticon

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CHRISKENANDKIDS 6/24/2013 8:55PM

    As much as it sucks having to go through that again, that is GREAT news that there is no cancer! My friend just had to have surgery on her liver because they were afraid her cancer had spread and thankfully it was just a fatty deposit. Glad to hear you're ok!

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JOHGLO2011 6/24/2013 7:44PM

    Wonderful news and well worth waiting for! Hugs to you!

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SPEEDY143 6/24/2013 7:39PM

    Oh honey THAT is news worth waiting for... so sorry they had to poke and probe you so much, never fun emoticon But emoticonnews emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SKATER787 6/24/2013 6:40PM

    Excellent news. Hope you take anti-cancer herbs and supplements protocol. I do take them as a defense. Good luck.
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My 100 bonus point Spark Solution blog

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The new Spark Solution book and why I love it.

What made you decide to try The Spark Solution Program? That was an easy one for me. I've tried every thing. Literally I think. No surgery tho. I needed to loose the weight I'd gained since my cancer meds 'made me fatter.' Oh over the years, I know what it takes to loose the weight, but I want to loose it and keep it off. I love the concept of Spark People and I want to give it my best shot.

Have you seen or felt any results in this first week? I feel so much better. By that, I mean I haven't had that mid day slump I usually get at about 3 PM every day. I have more energy and I lost a pound last week. Yeah me.

What do you like the most about the program? Honestly?? I cant really point to one thing. I really like that it's 'green' eating. It's fast, it's simple, and it fits in to my working life. If I can't do the food, I can swap out for something else. And I know exactly what I'm going to eat at all times.

What was your favorite meal from this week? I loved the Sweet Orange Miso Chicken and Vegi's. It was a great substitute for Orange Chicken at the local take out Chinese restaurant but much more refreshing.

Which Insider Tip motivated you the most this week? I can't pick just one but I love the motivational tips. I try to stay motivated every day and the encouragement really helps in that.

What is your goal is for next week? This is going to be a challenging week ahead because of several meetings during the work day and being out a couple of evenings with my grandchildren. And of course there is the holiday weekend ahead. But I'm going to plan ahead as much as possible, stay hydrated and keep my feet moving.

www.sparkpeople.com/sparksolution/

Visit the website if you want to know what you might get out of the Spark Solution. I recommend it to all my Spark Friends.
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BOPPY_ 5/24/2013 12:33AM

    Keep pushing. Slow and steady. You'll get there.

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KINGHAKA 5/23/2013 6:25AM

    emoticon So cool. emoticon

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GIRL*IN*MOTION 5/21/2013 11:23AM

  Agreed! I loved the book as well, and it has some seriously awesome recipes!

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NIMBUS-NEEN 5/21/2013 11:08AM

    Are you using the Personal Coaching and the book ? I'm curious if the book provides any more insight than the PC, which is way too cool ! Marcia, you touch my heart. thank you. Norrie emoticon emoticon
How was your week? Were you able to meet the challenges you set for yourself?

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SUNSET09 5/21/2013 4:04AM

  Great way to advertise for the Sparks Solution and good info to share. Testimonies are good as well. When you have your AHA moment, you'll realize it's been within you the whole time! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Monday morning Solution!

Monday, May 13, 2013

Today I start the 2 week challenge from the new book The Solution!
I'm going to see just how far I can take this. I've been motivated this year to make this my year to get back to my pre-cancer weight.
This 2 week kick start may just be what I need to re-charge my diet mojo. I've lost over 25 lbs since Jan 1 (yes, that was my New Year Resolution) and I've been at a kind of stand still her the last 2 weeks.
Unlike in years past, I consider that aging has played a part in my new found acceptance of my self and my progress. I no longer live by the numbers on the scale, in fact I only weigh when I go to the Dr's office now. In the past, that 1/2 lb or 1 lb gain or loss could cause me to become manic or depressed. I don't care so much now about the short term as much as I do the long term. I'm in this for life, for the rest of my life, so I just want my health back.
So I'm going to follow this new 2 week Solution Diet as closely as I can. I may change the order of the days to meet what I have in the refrig at the time. During this 2 week solution, I will go to the gym 3 days a week, I will walk at least 1 mile 5 days a week, I will get my sleep (if work doesn't keep me out late) and most of all, I will continue my Spark streak. This is my promise to myself so I'm blogging it to keep me honest.
Here's to the healthiest year of the rest of my life!! Go Me!!!!!

  
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NIMBUS-NEEN 5/17/2013 12:04PM

    Go Lady marcia Go !!~! How are you sticking to your intentions ? You are one awesome lady and 25 lbs. is wonderful. You have inspired a lot of people on Sparks in many many ways. I, too, am going to try this Spark Solution book. Have you signed up for the Spark Coach ? Have a wonderful day. emoticon Norrie

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HONOURIA 5/13/2013 10:00PM

    I just got my book today, and today starts the first day of their program. I'll have to do some reading.
I did see your name in the intro section!

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PMFISH 5/13/2013 6:19PM

    Sounds like a woman with a plan! That usually equates to accomplishing what ever you set out to do. Keep up the good work.

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LIVELYGIRL2 5/13/2013 6:05PM

  good attitude. You have more emoticon reason to succeed. Go for it, even if it takes more than 2 weeks.

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CIROHIO 5/13/2013 5:08PM

    I got the book, am reading it for ideas and inspiration. Will try to keep up with the PA...but the meals are probably not going to work for me. I just can't go out and buy all that different stuff. I am going to stick with the calorie range I have right now. Keep drinking the water and do lots of fruits and veggies. I just got my book on Saturday have not had a lot of time to read it. But I have started reading it and will read more and more everyday! Good Luck to you!

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ONTHEPATH2 5/13/2013 2:00PM

    Thanks for the inspiration - I think I am going to buy AND read the SP Solution book. I've just been blindly doing this. Time for more direction! Enjoy your journey on this path, may it take you to some marvelous places!!!

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MRSKATEDUVALL 5/13/2013 1:08PM

    I'm joining you on the SPark Solution, and I could have written parts of your blog. I, too have lost 25 lbs but I have been doing Spark for over a year. It's slow, but steady. I am doing the solution to break a plateau. Good luck to you.

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MSLZZY 5/13/2013 1:00PM

    Go You! I started today and hope I can take enough time to focus on what I need
to adjust to get through the day. I love Mondays-when they are over. Always so
much to do in the office. Good luck! I'll be rooting for you. Sorry, Chris! I just couldn't resist using your signoff.

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I Hate Cancer!!!!!

Friday, April 26, 2013

This week I had another friend call me to tell me she was just diagnosed with Breast Cancer.

Let me start this journey. I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer 7 years ago. Wow, what a shock that was. Fast forward a little (don't want to write about my journey here now). My good friends husband was diagnosed about a year later and passed a year after that. He was a scientist for Genintex who discovered the Hercepton drug that I had for 21 months for the Her-2-Nu genetic receptor that 20% of women with breast cancer die from. There were hundreds at the funeral. I sat next to other dedicated scientist there to honor him, who are frantic to find drugs for cancer patients. I have survived.

My older brother was diagnosed with a rare form of Sarcoma 2 years ago. After numerous test, a trip to the Mayo Clinic and a 3 month stay at Harvard Medical Center for a new form of radiation, he was sent home. Unfortunately it had little to no affect on the tumor. He is confined to a wheel chair with a morphine drip now but refuses to give up to this disease. I know his will to live. I inherited it as well. Time is precious for his family now. I have survived.

One of my dearest friends in the world was diagnosed with Stage 4 ovarian cancer 2 years ago. I watched as she bravely fought to rid her body of this menace for 18 months. It had spread through her entire body. She was the most faithful of spirits. She had just had her first grandchild and together we had planned to enjoy this time as Nana's. She drew her last breath at 55 just 6 months ago. I have survived.

Now our good friend called me last weekend, encouraged but devastated. She has breast cancer. They felt is was early, stage 1 or 2. She went to the surgeon today after her MRI and was told the grim news. They found it in both breast, most likely Stage 3 in both and it has metastasized in many lymph nodes. Chemo treatment starts next week before surgery. I am honored that people call me an inspiration and ask for prayer. I know how truly blessed I am. I have survived.

In the past 5 years, Cancer has been all around me. It taken too many of my friends. I HATE CANCER!!!!!

BUT I HAVE SURVIVED. I will not let it beat me.
Live every day as if it's your last. Control stress in your life. Live in the moment, it's all we have. Love your loved ones as if there is no tomorrow. Thank God every day for the blessings he's given.

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SBGETFIT 7/10/2013 2:59PM

  Was on your page and this blog jumped out at me. I had kidney cancer 2 1/2 yrs. ago. I too have survived and so many around me have not. I feel so strange as to why God kept me. Just wondered if you ever feel this way. I don't feel that I am special at all............ Thanks for listening

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LUANN7 6/19/2013 12:33AM

    I know you wrote this awhile ago but the title caught my attention. my mother is a 2 year breast cancer serviver and was then diagnoses with multiple miloma which is in remission nowI am scared cuz I have such a high risk of having it now I pray through every mamaogram each year.God bless you and I have said a prayer for you.
Lu

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WALKINGCHICK 6/14/2013 2:31PM

    I'm a breast cancer survivor in Scotland, and have just read this post. I know you wrote this post a while back, but I was intrigued by your pictures and wanted to see more. I am so sorry to hear about all your connections with cancer, and I wish you and your family lots of love and I'll be cheering you all on from this side of the world. emoticon emoticon

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SWAZY33 5/13/2013 7:39AM

    I too...hate cancer! It has touched and taken way too many good ppl in my life... emoticon

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SKATER787 5/6/2013 8:16PM

    I'm sorry to hear about how cancer has affected your life. I came across this book on alternative medicine and I thought that it's very good. Just in case you haven't seen it:

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KINGHAKA 5/3/2013 5:28PM

    Tru dat. Amazing show of strength. Thank you. emoticon

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MYBABYTHEBRIDE 4/30/2013 6:28PM

   

Cancer is heartless. I just lost my Dad to blood cancer a few summers ago.

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CINJEBAR 4/30/2013 10:38AM

    Cancer sucks! Stay strong and continue to support others touched by cancer. The only way to make it through cancer is to have someone who knows what it is like to have it. Thanks for this blog.

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PEG2584 4/29/2013 12:50PM

    I hate cancer too!!

Too many people are affected by cancer, either their own battle or the battle of someone they love and know. It is truly the most hideous of diseases.

I lost my only nephew to the side effects of his brain tumor. Unfortunately, his was wrapped around his pituitary gland. Their were able to kill the cancer but could do nothing about the side effects. David Micheal fought his disease and its side effects to the very end. He never let any of it get him down. Lord, I still miss him alot!!

Best wishes to your friend in her fight and to you!
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DIBANANA 4/28/2013 9:33PM

  You have been touched by cancer too much but have survived. You have a great will to live. I'm sorry for all your losses though. Keep the faith!

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TERRY0217 4/28/2013 12:36PM

    I too have a friend whose been diagnosed....I will keep all in my thoughts and prayers. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NIMBUS-NEEN 4/28/2013 10:02AM

    emoticon emoticon You are an inspiration, reaching out to so many right here. Thank you. You are filled with Grace. emoticon Snugs 'n hugs, Norrie

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CIROHIO 4/27/2013 7:52PM

    This is an awful disease. Has also hit members of my family as well. Thank you for sharing with us. I am sorry about all the losses and pain that you have endured. I pray everyday for a cure for this horrible disease. One day it will happen. Marcia you are such and inspiration to us all! So truly BLESSED that you pop into our lifes!! emoticon emoticon

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ISLANDNESTER 4/27/2013 11:41AM

  Thank you for sharing about this disease that strikes so many and in many different forms.Sorry you are hit by it so often,and yet here you are letting us know as a survivor how to see this illness from your most valuable perspective.I wish every day that we had our Anne back with us,she probably would have been a mommy by now.:)
Thank you for being such a treasure to us all.Robin


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GLORYB2014 4/27/2013 10:38AM

    emoticon I know how you feel. My mother passed away with cancer, many years ago. My daughter had a mastectomy 2 years ago cause of breast cancer and is seeing the surgeon next week about having reconstructive(sp) surgery. My sister's husband has been battling bladder cancer for 3 years and is now having his bladder removed. It goes on and on.

I will be happy to see the day that a cure is found and cancer is wiped out!
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BECKYANNE1 4/27/2013 8:11AM

    emoticon I thank God over and over at how lucky I am to be a survivor. So sad for the one's that aren't as fortunate. It's always in the back of my mind though, if someday I will be the one fighting to live.

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GOLFGMA 4/27/2013 7:06AM

    I understand your position. We all hate this horrible disease. There probably aren't many families who haven't experienced loss due to this scary seemingly uncontrollable disease. So happy that you survived.

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GIA_ROSY 4/27/2013 5:35AM

    I feel your pain....I lost both parents within a year of each other, and two younger siblings recently to cancer. You are a very strong survivor, and an inspiration to many....God Bless!
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LUANN7 4/27/2013 4:07AM

    MY MOTHER HAD BREAST CANCER AND HAD HER 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF BEING CANCER FREE AND 1 MONTH LATER SHE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH MULTIPLE MYLOMA-SHE HAS BEEN IN REMISSION FOR 2 YEARS. cANCER IS SCAREY ITS EVERYWHERE YOU TURN.GLAD YOU ARE A SURVIVOR!!!!

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RORYLYONS 4/27/2013 2:08AM

    I am glad to hear your a survivour..Yes it is a horrible disease and it takes away our loved ones way too soon. Sorry to hear of all your personal losses. emoticon

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SPEEDY143 4/27/2013 1:28AM

    emoticon I hate cancer too emoticon I'm so glad you are a survivor emoticon

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MAREANNIE 4/27/2013 1:04AM

    Thank you for sharing and your inspiration.

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LESLIE2561 4/26/2013 11:38PM

    Thank you for sharing how cancer has touched your life. I lost both my parents within two years of each other to cancer. I have lived with the fear of coming down with some kind of cancer ever since my Dad was first diagnosed with leukemia. But when my Mother was diagnosed with lymphoma 6 months later, and I had to take care of her and watch her die, my fear became even more pronounced. I think that is part of why I decided to get as healthy as I can by losing weight, eating healthy, and exercising.

This disease makes you feel so helpless because you often don't know you have it until it is too late to survive it. I am glad that you have survived and I feel your pain for those you have lost. emoticon

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TLG71567 4/26/2013 11:35PM

    Wow, what a powerful post this is. I remember back in 2008, it seemed like every time I turned around, someone else was being diagnosed with some form of cancer. We lost a lot of loved ones to it back then. I agree with you, I hate it too. I am sorry for all of the losses that you have endured. Thank God that you have survived. emoticon

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WACFIT 4/26/2013 11:33PM

    emoticon I think we are all touched by cancer in some way. My youngest brother died 21 years ago at the age of 28. He was a follower of Jesus and stands with Him today whole and healed. I don't know how people do it without the promise of eternity as a follower...Blessings to you and your loved ones. May you continue to find strength and peace through Him.

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