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I've Learned to be Content: Spotlight on 4 Contentment Busters

Have you learned to be content? That is the focus of Cycle 5 (Surrender Fast 2013). We are praying that God help us master the art of contentment. 347 more words

Surrender Fast

Mile 22 and Beyond

I am very late with what I have decided will be my final post on this blog. I have spent hours and hours thinking about what I wanted to write and how I would end my story, or rather tell the end of my story. 2,588 more words

What to Expect When You're Ex....Diagnosed

When I got diagnosed, my mind blanked. I went to my Happy Gilmore Happy Place for a little while. Only not the actual happy place – the distorted Shooter McGavin version. 2,014 more words


Hurry Up and Wait

The funny thing about being diagnosed with cancer is that you don’t know the worst part, by far, is the waiting.

It seems silly to say that, considering in leukemia’s case, it’s basically your body actively failing to operate correctly. 498 more words


The Beginning: November 18, 2010

      At Nathan’s Story we wanted you to understand the difficulties of what happens when a family is faced with this life threatening disease called CANCER (bone). 1,036 more words


5 Years Ago...

I’m such a processor. I think and reflect often about my life. And, when an anniversary or significant reminder rolls around, I am especially pensive. Today is one of those days. 1,232 more words


When It Became Really Real

I was diagnosed on August 3rd and that afternoon I received a phone call from the office of the Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon to schedule my surgery consultation for August 29th. 832 more words