It's interesting to remember what I told my husband one night that he was on the computer and I was "trying" to scrap. I said "Hey babe, if I die, at least you'll have all these albums I made of our relationship and our love and our wonderful moments together." He looked at me mad and said quietly,"Don't say that." I quietly sobbed. But was happy to know that something was going to be left to remember me. And I'm so thankful to scrap and craft, because I know that when I die, there will be something to remember me with. There was one specific week that was my hardest. The week where I waited for the Biopsy results of my Uterus. That week felt like a year! It felt like it would never end. My husband couldn't concentrate at work, to the point that he would call almost every hour to see if the dr. had called. That biopsy was important because it would determine if the Cancer had spread. I don't even want to remember that.
But there is always hope. And I prayed and prayed, and all your prayers came through and God listened and God helped me, because of all of you. Katie (you know who you are), God is amazing, and I continue to pray for you. I continue to pray for all of the cancer patients out there. The Power of Prayer is amazing. I know how all of you felt. Like there is no hope sometimes. But fight! Because there will always be hope. Always. Hope to be alive and continue life. And when the time does come (when we are old and gray and over 98), there will be the hope of seeing our loved ones in heaven and seeing our Lord. Our loving God that we are forever in debt to.
I'm sorry that you had to read this.. for most it might not be interesting. But being able to let my feelings out like this brings a small feeling of closure to this whole Cancer thing. God forbid it ever comes back. God has plans, and I shouldn't of questioned him.
Thank you for being such amazing friends. It's funny that some of you were more concern about me (even though you haven't even met me in real life), than some of my "real" friends. In cases like these, you truly do find out out who your TRUE friends are. :o) I love you all! Thank you!
Now, here's the Brad Paisley song I was talking about: Get a box of Kleenex :o)