When those dark moments come and fear creeps in, I certainly have the thoughts that you might imagine - concern for my family, for my friends, and for my church. But honestly, some of my thoughts might come as a surprise to you. In those moments of emotional breakdown my worries might not be what you think. Here are some of my typical thoughts:
1. Oh my gosh! I might die soon and I haven't even cleaned out my closet yet!
2. If I die, Mark will never find anything.
3. What about all the scrapbooks I was going to make and all the boxes of papers I have saved??
4. I can't die yet! I never finished (read "started") cross-stitching the Christmas stockings!
This explains the cleaning of my refrigerator on Saturday, and the great adventure of cleaning off my desk! I better get busy. I have a lot to do!
Radiation Recovery Update:
The fatigue is gone!
My feet don't hurt anymore unless I'm on them a lot.
The small wound I had has healed!
My stomach is pretty calm most days.
Still drinking room temperature water!
I appreciate all of you more than you know! Thank you for continuing to pray for me. I am praying for you too!
"Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God. I always pray for you, and I make my request with a heart full of joy" Philippians 1:3-4