I've got to get on the road to get my rads... Sounds like a new song, huh? I'm sure if I recorded it, it would be a hit!
Seriously, the hardest part in all of this is the time commitment. But then again, is there too much of my time to give to fight cancer? I have a list. As you can imagine it is very long. Some of the the most important things on it are post on blog, unpack boxes and buy paint for Thursday. Then there are things like go to grocery store, pick up cleaning and do laundry. But the one thing at the top bolded in all caps is this FIGHT CANCER!
I am finding most days I only have time for item one. That is frustrating but rewarding at the same time. It reminds me of finally having the baby, yet finding that all I do is sit around and nurse/rock/hold/change! You know, counting the days until you can hold your bundle of joy only to find that they seemingly never end... That's a little how I feel. Finally, I am doing something about this blasted cancer. I fought long and hard to get to one of the best high volume facilities in the country. I'm here! And I'm fighting. Every.single.day.
The drive is long and tiring but the fight itself is very rewarding. So hang in here with me and join me as I sing good-bye to cancer.
I will start from the beginning (hopefully later this afternoon) to tell you all about my experiences in the radiation bunker, show you pics of my new home and share with you how God showed up and showed off at Faith Baptist Church in Madisonville. He really is amazing!
But for now, I'm off to fight cancer!
But in that coming day
no weapon turned against you will succeed.
You will silence every voice
raised up to accuse you.
These benefits are enjoyed by the servants of the Lord;
their vindication will come from me.
I, the Lord, have spoken!