Thursday, May 15

Chemoday 2008

The first annual Chemoday is now behind us and here we are at the 2nd annual Chemoday. (Only this time there isn't any Chemo, just a really nice day.)

It's been a year today since I started Chemo. I thought for a second that maybe I would go back and read over some of the entries surrounding that day a year ago, but I realized I am still too close to that time in my life and I am trying to go forward and at this point reading about the past would not help me move forward.

I am so very thankful to family, friends and people I don't even know for all the incredible support this past year. It's been a very scary time, and while I don't know what the future for me looks like (only God does, same with everyone) I really find myself enjoying life a lot more than I did a year and a half ago.

God has really brought me through to this point, and I am excited to see what the future has for Lisa and I. Onward!


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7:02 PM

    Today was a much nicer day than a year ago! In some ways it seems so very long ago. The road between here and there has been rough, but it is amazing how far one can travel on a rough road with the proper companion.

    May we all continue down the road together.

    Dad/Pappa P


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