Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Chemo Treatment #6 Prayer Warriors Wanted

Today is the day. I am getting ready and I started getting excited, nervous, scared, anxious. I can not believe that it is finally here. The day that I have been waiting for.

I want to take a few minutes and tell you how much it has meant to me to have all of my family behind me. You have jumped in and helped with the kids, cooking, cleaning and laundry. You have lived in my house and left yours behind without questioning it. You have sat with me during long chemo visits. You have driven me to doctors appt and to fill scripts. And most of all you have watched me from the beginning hear news and results that have brought me to my knees with screams and tears that have changed my life forever.
To my friends that have known me for a long time. I know it has been hard. What to say? How to act? What to do? You have been great. I love you and thank you for coming and helping out. You are a true friend.
To my blog friends. You have been with me since the beginning. You have committed to walk with me in this journey. You have kept me focused. You have prayed when I could not. You knew when I needed you. You have served our God well. You will be blessed. My wish is to meet you all someday. I love you and I am so grateful to all of you.

Mike, Alexa, Savannah and Madison as I write this I begin to cry. I can not imagine how it must feel to see your Mommy sick. I know it has been scary. I know it is hard to fight the thoughts. I love you all so much it hurts. It is a privilege and honor to hear you call me Mommy. Everyday is a blessing with you. Always remember that I will love you forever. Mike I know it has been hard to work and take over everything that I have been to doing to make our family run. I know that you are exhausted and drained. Even thou I know you are sad but you don't show it. I am OK with it. Thank you for being strong at night when I am falling apart. Thank you for loving me and saying that I am beautiful when I am so vain. I love you!

Wear your pink, wear you bracelets and leave me a comment. It is time to celebrate and start a New Year. If have not left a comment or do not know how it is easy. Click on inspiring words and type away in the box, type verify word and hit anonymous if you do not have an account. I want to here from you and I need it.

Love Cindy


Joyful said...

Cindy...I find it quite fitting that you would have your last treatment today - the end of 2008, with a new life beginning tomorrow.

Here is a verse for you today:
"You are my hiding place; You protect me from trouble. You surround me with joyful shouts of deliverance." Psalm 32:7

There are many friends and family joyfully shouting the cry of your deliverance today.

Love ya, praying for you, sending hugs,

ThreeGirlyGirls said...

I think it's SOOOO awesome that your last day of chemo is the last day of 2008!! Cindy, God's got amazing things planned for your life in 2009. It's an honor to know you, to pray for you and to be your friend. You are a strong, STRONG girl and God's smile is so BIG when He looks upon your sweet face. Go through this day bodly, strong and with expectation for God to work through your body!! We love you and I'm praying for you all day today!! FIGHT GIRL!!!!

On Purpose said...

As I sit and type these words to you I am filled with so much emotion...I cannot and probably won't ever understand just how amazing our God is...For you Cindy have allowed Him access...access into yourself...into your family...into your that He could bring so many women, people, and families together! I am praying, I am dancing, I am celebrating just how good our God is to bring BEAUTY from something so UGLY as Cancer. I love you my friend...and I treasure you as one of the greatest gifts God has ever blessed me with...for through you He has made Himself that much more GREAT to me!

Praying...wearing wink...and having Faith that He is holding your hand right now!

Anonymous said...

Cindy, I have been lifting you in prayer during the night and this a.m. I too, think it's awesome that your last treatment is on the last day of the year. God says he won't put more on us than we can stand-I have been there and done it and he is true to his word. He has been there for you and will continue to be there to carry you when you cannot carry yourself. Praise to our God for his love and mercy. You are such a blessing to everyone. Your family is beautiful and they are just waiting for God to finish this battle for you and he will. He has wonderful plans for you. Keep fighting like the GIRL you are. Love to you all. Yvonne

Anonymous said...

I am praying hard for you today!! I am so proud of you today! You sounded really good when I spoke with you this morning. I know you will bounce back quick this time. You have done so well...keep up the fight!

Love you Sister!!!

MiMi said...

How appropriate that your last treatment is on the last day of 2008! I believe that God has some awesome plans for you in 2009!

Cindy, though we've never met, it has been a privilege to get to "know" you and have the opportunity to stand alongside of you on this journey. Your strength, courage and faith has been such an inspiration to me. I hope to meet you one day very soon.

May God richly bless you and your precious family in the new year!

Still prayin' and believin'!

Anonymous said...

May you and your family feel the peace of God today. Yeah, thank-You Jesus for this day; the last chemo.
May your new year be blessed.
Love, Hugs and Prayers
Laurie (Oregon)
Wore pink and bracelets today...
Believe and Hope
Praying for a speedy recovery...