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Crazy time

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

My cousin died of pancreatic cancer a few weeks back. My aunt has pancreatic cancer {other side of the family}

My bro in law has cancer throughout his upper body.

My dad is still hanging onto his faith claiming his bladder cancer is gone.

I am finally feeling better - I have been doing my 9 - 12 miles on my treadmill. I am committed to continue my journey towards health. Once the cardiologist released me to resume cardio, I have been consistent in doing it. I am motivated. My eyes are still not 100%, but I am trusting God that they are on the mend. I have had a few nausea days, but fighting to get through them. I will not give in and I wont give up. Maybe these are my "thorns of the flesh".
It doesnt matter. It is only temporary and I know where I am going and what I am going to do once I get there.

My application for school in the fall was accepted...woohoo! Finally! I can return to school and finish it! I am so excited. More motivation to keep on keeping on!

As crazy as the time seems right now - I am at peace. God is so good! He is so faithful - even when we are not. I seek His face in everything I do.

Have a blessed spark day!
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    So happy to hear you are walking so consistently, and that your eyes are better. Congratulations on being accepted into school for the fall also. Your motivation and determination, not to mention your faith and optimism, are so inspiring. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2907 days ago
    You are so optimistic! What an inspiration!
    2907 days ago
    I'm happy to read your determination and to know you can return to school in the fall. Continued prayers for better health for all of you. Continue being strong. emoticon -- Lou
    2907 days ago
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