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How strong is your faith?

It has been a few weeks since I blog about my battle with cancer. After the second failure to contain the cancer, I told the doctor, I needed a break. 213 more words


Sam’s Health Update: Surgery on 18 November at 13:30 Hrs

I always thought I would know by the first week of November

Back when this process escalated after the attempt to drain what was thought to be an abscess, I always felt that it was something more and that I would have a clear indicator by the last week of October to the first week of November. 752 more words


"Less invasive" cancer surgery is ALSO less effective

Note taken from: Daily Dose with Jack Harrison — 10/30/15

When you’ve been diagnosed with rectal cancer, it’s not just your butt on the line. 381 more words


the God-designed blanket of my soul

For the bed is too short to stretch oneself on,
and the covering too narrow to wrap oneself in (Isaiah 28: 20)

We are born with souls too short – too short for refreshing rest, too short to allow for growth. 1,068 more words


Stents Delay Cancer Surgery?

This roundup of cardiovascular news looks at “competing goals for timing of surgical care” in patients with both colorectal cancer and coronary artery disease, issues of affordability and access to the most common cardiovascular medications around the world, and the age of transfused blood in relation to cardiac surgery mortality. 810 more words


“Huckleberry Hearts” by Jennifer Beckstrand

I fell in love with Annie “Bananie” and Felty Helmuth, characters in Jennifer Beckstrand’s “Huckleberry Hill” series.  The latest one to catch my fancy is “Huckleberry Hearts”.  171 more words

Book Review

August 7, 2015

Isaiah 38:17 Surely it was for my benefit
that I suffered such anguish.

King Hezekiah had received a vitally important revelation, one that we all need. 673 more words