Dec 01, 2012 - 11:02 pm
Four years ago at this time I was contemplating the easy way out. The unknowns was a monster I was seeing as only worst case scenario. The fact I now write this is proof that monster did not get the best of me, nor the ordeal of tx. And my recovery went very well, I think.
6 months after my last rad my only Sister died. 3 months ago, yesterday, my Mom died. And now, my 91 year-old Dad is going thru the struggle of his life with intestinal issues that have had him in the hospital, and now a nursing home. It appears that Depression is equal to any physical problems he has.
Least on my table is that I have a white spot around 1/8" in diameter on the inside bridge surface in my right nostril, and there's some blood around it. And, my white blood cell count recently showed as elevated.
On the other side of the coin, last night I threw my back out at work again. Knocked me down to the floor in pain 3 times, and for most of the night there was pain with every step. Arthritis in the lower-right back was diagnosed years ago. So, today I woke, and in pain, and yet when I started walking around it was like all feeling vanished in the problem area. And, I was able to drive the 110 miles, to and from, to see my Father and convince him to transfer to a 1st-class nursing home that hopefully will be able to help with his issues. It was like, "Lord, I have to get home to help my Dad. I'm all he's got, now..." And thus, I was able to without any pain. Does the Grace of the Lord hear us, and take an active part in our lives in the hours of greatest need? Yes, I-