Tag Archives: terminal illness

Kicking and Screaming

For 23 years or more my husband was the chief cook. After he had to take an early retirement due to illness, I continued to work and he took up the kitchen duties. Beautiful! He has done the majority of … Continue reading

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Free as a Bird

On April 26, I posted, “Embrace the Plateau“. My husband was feeling much better, after weeks of no energy, no appetite. The miracle of modern drugs had improved his condition immeasurably. My pastor told me that day, “Embrace the plateau.” … Continue reading

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7th Inning Stretch

My husband’s illness took a grave turn on February 24. Going into renal failure was the cancer’s way of letting us know that it was winning this game, and it had just hit one out of the park. My husband … Continue reading

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Walking is Good Medicine

Every year, my daughters and I go on a MDG (Mother Daughter Getaway). This is one of the major highlights of my year, and a gift from God, if you ask me.  The last couple of years, we have gone … Continue reading

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Little Lost Lamb

We have a shepherd who lives near by and he is hired to bring his flock to various parts of the community to trim down the grass the natural way! I stopped to take a couple pics of the lambs … Continue reading

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The Power of Prayer

In June of 1989, my husband found a unique way to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. He had a heart attack. I remember coming home from work to find the paramedics surrounding my husband, who just stared at me but … Continue reading

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