This whole time I’ve felt so fortunate that our kids were young when dealing with the cancer. I hated hearing I could die before they’d be old enough to remember me, but it was so much easier than having to deal with the emotions and questions that an older child would have posed. Or, so I thought. It’s been almost a year since the diagnosis … Continue reading Did cancer ruin my child or did I do that myself?
There are so many updates to share that I might not get to anything juicy today. I’m having a hard time getting my act together this fall. I took on too much so am always either overly busy, or so overwhelmed that I shut down. I just got back from Jacksonville, where the latest FABA conference was held. That is the Florida Association for Behavior … Continue reading Lots of Updates
Just a quick update on a few important people. Please, please pray for these dire situations. The good news is that the Lord heals people all the time. The bad news is that these people are really, really sick. I will be fasting tomorrow for them and would appreciate if anyone who feels led to do so joins me in that and/or praying. The first … Continue reading Important, time-sensitive prayers
I’m close to a breakdown…not sure I can handle this…I just learned someone I knew in college recently died. Of cancer. Yaacov didn’t understand the magnitude of the situation, which means you all reading this probably won’t either. That’s part of the isolation of the ridiculous disease. Especially in my situation–hardly anyone my age can relate to having a terminal illness at all, because, well, … Continue reading Death