We used some sort of squirt paint to make 'artistic' 'onesies' for the Scooter at a shower for my daughter. He was wearing the one I made (go figure) for this photo :). Really good looking kid with excellent taste in clothing.
WADADA STEVIE LEVI....
A PRAYER N' A FLOWER IS ALL I CAN GIVE
THESE YOU WILL GET FOR AS LONG AS I LIVE..
This man woz my ROCK... He woz diagnoized n' passed within 8 weeks..omg how unfair is that..
I LUV N' MISS YA BRO... Stay Blessed
found out i had cancer in 1995,went thru surgery.had 6wks of radation.and inplant for 3 day.was so greatful for my family being there,and the Lord being in my life.it's has made me more greatful for every day that i have.
I give Thanks and Praise to the Lord for all that he has given me.
Arron was dx'd with GBM on May 29th 2008. REALLY difficult to find ANYTHING encouraging. The only encouragement comes from the word of GOD. If anyone has something encouraging, we would love to hear from you. Good Luck to all cancer victims and GOD BLESS!
Almost 11 years ago, I got the worst news in my life when my daughter went in for a routine
ovarian cyst removal, but instead was told she had "Ovarian Cancer"! I felt like someone had just stabbed me in the heart! I was devastated that my beautiful daughter, who was not yet 30 years old was to be given this news, and that this could mean she might die!!. The only one I knew that had Ovarian cancer was the comedian, Gilda Radner, and she did not live long. I was scared to death of everthing that laid ahead for my daughter. I kept asking the Lord, "Why wasn't this me instead of her"??
When my daughter got the news of her cancer, she took it so amazingly well, it was almost scary. She has never once cried or asked, "Why Me"!! It's really not normal, and I do feel she has anger, but just doesn't express it outwardly. We got through the first surgery, when they took out the Cancerous Ovary. Then, she started chemo, lost all her hair, and went throught the next surgery, where they gave her a complete hysterectomy, and also staged her cancer. Thank goodness her cancer was only in stage one! A year after that surgery, we thought the cancer had came back and she went in for a third surgery, but thank the Lord, the cancer had not returned. She had a lot of scar tissue that had to be removed, including part of her intestines as well. It took some recovery after that surgery, but she was cancer free!