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Angela Arena
Angela Arena
I was very sad to read this journal entry. My prayers and thoughts will continue to be with you, Lori, Amber and Andrew. Thank you for sharing your life with us over the past few years. I have laughed and cried many times. I got a colonoscopy about 5 years ago because of your urging in this journal. Then when new family history cropped up my doctor had me in for another one earlier this year. Because of you, I have peace of mind, at least regarding this issue. Thank you for that and for all that you have shared. Much love to you and your family. I know you are precious to our Lord.
Kathryn Lancaster
Kathryn
Keith, you are indeed about to embark on an adventure.  When I read that, my heart leapt with joy for you.  I am so happy for you and your family for this last 6 1/2 years of relative wellness and your ability to have enjoyed all the things you have been able to do with them.  You have been blessed and you have been a blessing to many through this journey.  I pray for peace and comfort for you and your family.  God bless you.
Love,
Kathryn
Paula Thomas
Paula Thomas
Oh Keith - I am so sorry to read your post. We all know we will eventually be writing something similar, but it is never easy. It has been a joy knowing you even from a distance. Your tenacity, positive attitude, and determination to keep going have been a national inspiration in the fight against this terrible disease. Our crc support group members ask about you still every month ! Please know we continue to pray for you and particularly your family . Ill see you on "the other side". Until then, hope you rest. Fondlly, Paula Thomas
Debbie Errwin
Debbie Erwin

Keith,

You know my prayers are with you all.  I know how hard these last few weeks have been, and I remember everything you have said to me.  I love you like my brother, and most of all cherish everything you mean to all our family.  My boys respect you like a father and all that you stand for--your faith, your convictions, your devotion to family.  My prayers are there in abundance for this miracle! Here's a big hug too!

Love you!

Debbie(sorry for the last message--my computer skills still lack)  




Debbie


  

Debbie Errwin
Debbie Errwin
Beth Dorcas
Beth Dorcas

Thank you for the update. I've had one similar experience from a common cold medication. I turned left onto another road, and went right onto the right curb, had one wheel on the grass, headed for a tree, popped down at the last minute, and couldn't orient myself as to where the road was. When I tried to slow down, I was speeding up. I finally managed to find the brake, and crept along until I was home. Never took that cold medication again!

Our hearts and prayers are following you.

-Beth Dorcas



Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
My husband, Lenny never took Zaltrap but the Irene-a-tee-can (spelled phonically) didn't work for him.  The avastin helped him but it put him in the hospital with blood clots.  The cancer drugs are almost as bad as the cancer but better than not trying.  You are so brave to fight so hard for your family.  That was the hardest thing with Lenny.  He kept saying he wasn't afraid to die but he didn't want to leave us.  You have lasted 3 times longer than he did.  Your team at Baylor Medical really goes beyond Wake Forest Cancer Center.  You have staying power and a wonderful testimony and attitude.  Everyone that knows your journey is blessed to read and keep up with your progress.

In Christ,
Shana M  
Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
Sending love and prayers to you and Lori.  Your updates are great.  You are truly a gifted writer.  I wish and pray only better news for you on the cancer front.  I would love to change all that for you.  Too bad wishing doesn't make it happen.  If anyone deserves a miracle you are more than worthy and very deserving.

Shana
Pawleys Island, SC
Angela Arena
Angela Arena
I was very sad to read this journal entry. My prayers and thoughts will continue to be with you, Lori, Amber and Andrew. Thank you for sharing your life with us over the past few years. I have laughed and cried many times. I got a colonoscopy about 5 years ago because of your urging in this journal. Then when new family history cropped up my doctor had me in for another one earlier this year. Because of you, I have peace of mind, at least regarding this issue. Thank you for that and for all that you have shared. Much love to you and your family. I know you are precious to our Lord.
Kathryn Lancaster
Kathryn
Keith, you are indeed about to embark on an adventure.  When I read that, my heart leapt with joy for you.  I am so happy for you and your family for this last 6 1/2 years of relative wellness and your ability to have enjoyed all the things you have been able to do with them.  You have been blessed and you have been a blessing to many through this journey.  I pray for peace and comfort for you and your family.  God bless you.
Love,
Kathryn
Debbie Errwin
Debbie Erwin

Keith,

You know my prayers are with you all.  I know how hard these last few weeks have been, and I remember everything you have said to me.  I love you like my brother, and most of all cherish everything you mean to all our family.  My boys respect you like a father and all that you stand for--your faith, your convictions, your devotion to family.  My prayers are there in abundance for this miracle! Here's a big hug too!

Love you!

Debbie(sorry for the last message--my computer skills still lack)  




Debbie


  

Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
Sending love and prayers to you and Lori.  Your updates are great.  You are truly a gifted writer.  I wish and pray only better news for you on the cancer front.  I would love to change all that for you.  Too bad wishing doesn't make it happen.  If anyone deserves a miracle you are more than worthy and very deserving.

Shana
Pawleys Island, SC
Paula Thomas
Paula Thomas
Oh Keith - I am so sorry to read your post. We all know we will eventually be writing something similar, but it is never easy. It has been a joy knowing you even from a distance. Your tenacity, positive attitude, and determination to keep going have been a national inspiration in the fight against this terrible disease. Our crc support group members ask about you still every month ! Please know we continue to pray for you and particularly your family . Ill see you on "the other side". Until then, hope you rest. Fondlly, Paula Thomas
Debbie Errwin
Debbie Errwin
Beth Dorcas
Beth Dorcas

Thank you for the update. I've had one similar experience from a common cold medication. I turned left onto another road, and went right onto the right curb, had one wheel on the grass, headed for a tree, popped down at the last minute, and couldn't orient myself as to where the road was. When I tried to slow down, I was speeding up. I finally managed to find the brake, and crept along until I was home. Never took that cold medication again!

Our hearts and prayers are following you.

-Beth Dorcas



Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
My husband, Lenny never took Zaltrap but the Irene-a-tee-can (spelled phonically) didn't work for him.  The avastin helped him but it put him in the hospital with blood clots.  The cancer drugs are almost as bad as the cancer but better than not trying.  You are so brave to fight so hard for your family.  That was the hardest thing with Lenny.  He kept saying he wasn't afraid to die but he didn't want to leave us.  You have lasted 3 times longer than he did.  Your team at Baylor Medical really goes beyond Wake Forest Cancer Center.  You have staying power and a wonderful testimony and attitude.  Everyone that knows your journey is blessed to read and keep up with your progress.

In Christ,
Shana M  
Angela Arena
Angela Arena
I was very sad to read this journal entry. My prayers and thoughts will continue to be with you, Lori, Amber and Andrew. Thank you for sharing your life with us over the past few years. I have laughed and cried many times. I got a colonoscopy about 5 years ago because of your urging in this journal. Then when new family history cropped up my doctor had me in for another one earlier this year. Because of you, I have peace of mind, at least regarding this issue. Thank you for that and for all that you have shared. Much love to you and your family. I know you are precious to our Lord.
Paula Thomas
Paula Thomas
Oh Keith - I am so sorry to read your post. We all know we will eventually be writing something similar, but it is never easy. It has been a joy knowing you even from a distance. Your tenacity, positive attitude, and determination to keep going have been a national inspiration in the fight against this terrible disease. Our crc support group members ask about you still every month ! Please know we continue to pray for you and particularly your family . Ill see you on "the other side". Until then, hope you rest. Fondlly, Paula Thomas
Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
My husband, Lenny never took Zaltrap but the Irene-a-tee-can (spelled phonically) didn't work for him.  The avastin helped him but it put him in the hospital with blood clots.  The cancer drugs are almost as bad as the cancer but better than not trying.  You are so brave to fight so hard for your family.  That was the hardest thing with Lenny.  He kept saying he wasn't afraid to die but he didn't want to leave us.  You have lasted 3 times longer than he did.  Your team at Baylor Medical really goes beyond Wake Forest Cancer Center.  You have staying power and a wonderful testimony and attitude.  Everyone that knows your journey is blessed to read and keep up with your progress.

In Christ,
Shana M  
Debbie Errwin
Debbie Erwin

Keith,

You know my prayers are with you all.  I know how hard these last few weeks have been, and I remember everything you have said to me.  I love you like my brother, and most of all cherish everything you mean to all our family.  My boys respect you like a father and all that you stand for--your faith, your convictions, your devotion to family.  My prayers are there in abundance for this miracle! Here's a big hug too!

Love you!

Debbie(sorry for the last message--my computer skills still lack)  




Debbie


  

Beth Dorcas
Beth Dorcas

Thank you for the update. I've had one similar experience from a common cold medication. I turned left onto another road, and went right onto the right curb, had one wheel on the grass, headed for a tree, popped down at the last minute, and couldn't orient myself as to where the road was. When I tried to slow down, I was speeding up. I finally managed to find the brake, and crept along until I was home. Never took that cold medication again!

Our hearts and prayers are following you.

-Beth Dorcas



Shana Stadler
Shana Morell Stadler
Sending love and prayers to you and Lori.  Your updates are great.  You are truly a gifted writer.  I wish and pray only better news for you on the cancer front.  I would love to change all that for you.  Too bad wishing doesn't make it happen.  If anyone deserves a miracle you are more than worthy and very deserving.

Shana
Pawleys Island, SC
Kathryn Lancaster
Kathryn
Keith, you are indeed about to embark on an adventure.  When I read that, my heart leapt with joy for you.  I am so happy for you and your family for this last 6 1/2 years of relative wellness and your ability to have enjoyed all the things you have been able to do with them.  You have been blessed and you have been a blessing to many through this journey.  I pray for peace and comfort for you and your family.  God bless you.
Love,
Kathryn
Debbie Errwin
Debbie Errwin