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I didn't think it could happen to me!

I was diagnosed with stage I endometrial adenosarcoma in June 2014.  I had been to see my gyn many times over the last 5 years with a very occasional uterine spotting.  All of the different tests were always negetive.  This time when I started spotting it was a little different.  I was in menopause for about 6 years.

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For my Chat friends

Hello to all my friends from the chat.  Tonight we were talking about hair and chemo.  I remember wig shopping and how devistating losing my hair was.  But when it actually happened, I think that the worry before was worse , not knowing what to expect, and trying to think about losing something that we all spend so much time with that is such an important part of our appearance.   The reality was , once it happened,  some how I was able to accept how I looked and began to enjoy not having to take time to fix it or worry about how it looked.

For my Chat friends
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The power of prayers said :

When I look back at how long it has been since I first heard the word - Cancer.I have come a long way because the power of prayers said through daily perserverance.God's grace has carried me ,strengthen me and continued to be my only refuge.I am looking forward to celebrate my 5th year as a cancer survivor with great joy.This May will be a day to be remembered as I am going to purchase a beautiful ring from the bradfort exchange.Which , I have been waiting for with hope and acknowledgement to God who has made this possible through His grace and living word.I have only attended 1 relay walk

Putting Out Fires

 02/2015

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GLORY TO GOD!!

I woke up again this morning...A CANCER SURVIVOR!  My life is absolutely and completely in My Lord's hands; good or bad.  However,  I am absolutely and completely in control over how I choose to deal with it.

I was going to die.  Then I didn't, and I haven't.  I am using and treating every day that I have as a gift; a chance to help others see the amazing works of The Lord!

 

!!GLORY TO GOD!!

GLORY TO GOD!!
Jean-Luc's picture

Clafoutis (French dessert) recipe

I baked another clafoutis (French dessert) yesterday, this time with blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and figs! :)
(see photo)

Here is the recipe for the traditional clafoutis (made with dark cherries).
One can use any fruit of one's liking though, so don't be afraid to be creative.

It is a super easy recipe to prepare, and is totally delicious.
Give it a try...

Clafoutis (French dessert) recipe
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Dog therapy

Jean-Luc, here is my dog, Pepper. She does for me what your goats do for you.  

Dog therapy
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Farm escapade! - one of the sheep

And here's one of the sheep.
They are so cute! Each of them has distinct features and a unique personality.
We love our animal friends, they really help our mood. :)

Farm escapade! - one of the sheep
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Farm escapade! - herd!

And here are most of our furry friends!
Goats, sheep, donkey.

Farm escapade! - herd!
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Farm escapade! - Pileated Woodpecker

Here's a photo I took of the red headed woodpecker (visually) - Pileated Woodpecker (real name) we were lucky enough to see yesterday. :)
Such a beautiful bird!

Farm escapade! - Pileated Woodpecker
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