Monday, December 1, 2008

Day 18-Good day

I am feeling good. The last week is so nice. I have chemo # 5 on Friday. Sometimes I still can not believe that I am going through this. I really want to this one over with. The colder it gets the more chances for the flu. So pray that I stay healthy through the next month.

Thank you so much for all the support that you continue to send. I love reading and hearing from you. You are serving our God well and I thank you for it.

I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. Around our table giving thanks was a lot of tears. Mom had all of us crying. Anyway I am thankful for my life and meeting all of you. Thanks to my inlaws and mom for having Thanksgiving here with us.

Alexa still is working on her bracelets. I have not been well enough to find more prayer warriors out there to represent their state. She wants to cover all the states. So let me know where you live and help fulfill her dream.

Happy December! Spread the word. Reach out and tell someone that you love them. If you are missing something don't go another day lonely. God loves you!

Love Cindy


Cindy said...

Hi Cindy,

I left you a blog award on my blog.
Come by when you are feeling well and pick it up if you would like.
I am praying sweetie.
Have a great week.

The Patterson 5 said...

Every day will be Thanksgiving for your family from now on as they see, hold and laugh with you. Nothing will ever be the same, each day will be a gift simply because you are here. My mom is a breast cancer survivior and she is praying for you too! She also comes to your blog!

Cindy said...

What states are you missing?
Maybe we can help if we know what states to seek warriors in.
Bless you friend,

ThreeGirlyGirls said...

Love you girl, hang on tight. I'm praying you have a great week!

Anonymous said...

How good to hear from you. I was thinking as I was reading your post today your almost through the yucky chemo...Yeah :)
Yes, we had a great Thanksgiving. The tears were plenty. Tears of HOPE.
We participated in a dinner at our church for the recovery community. There were families celebrating probably for the first time in years clean and sober. God has given families a new life. The HOPE and JOY we seen in the kids faces was so amazing. Tears like at your dinner table. Tears of Grace.
Love, Hugs and Prayers
Laurie (Oregon)
Believe & Hope...

Anonymous said...

Cindy, I know you cherish the days you feel good. Just think - only two more treatments and it will all be behind you. God's brought you through this far and He will continue to do so. Still praying - Hugs, Gayla

Robin said...

Please tell Alexia that Joe & I live in Virginia. We have you on prayer list here Maryland and Tennessee and Flordia.

Please let me know what other states you need.

Love ya,