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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
Nell Raper
Nell Raper
Bart Boren
Bart and Gina
Keith you have the best attitude ever and are the best example of this quote;

“The longer I love, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company...a church....a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past...we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude...I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you...we are in charge of our attitudes.” 

Charles R. Swindoll

Keep up the great attitude,   Bart




Carolyn Ann Walgren
Carolyn Ann Walgren
For you and Lori from today's Jesus Calling devotional:

Keep walking with Me along the path I have chosen for you, Your desire to live close to Me is a delight to My heart. I could instantly grant you the spiritual riches you desired but that is not My way for you. Together we will forge a pathway up the high mountain. The journey is arduous at times and you are weak. Someday you will dance light footed on the high peaks; but for now, your walk is often plodding and heavy. All I require of you is to take the next step, clinging to My hand for strength and direction. Though the path is difficult and the scenery dull at the moment, there are sparkling surprises just around the bend. Stay on the path I have selected for you. It is truly the path of Life.


Praying for you all. As the Hyland family's motto says as they rely on Jesus to miraculously restore their son: Keep looking up and looking forward.
Bart Boren
Bart Boren
Keith you are truly blessed.  You are also a very intelligent person whom has studied diligently your diagnoses and taken the right steps to have God assist you in your journey.  Gina and I feel very blessed that a person such as you is in our lives and wish you continued success in your battle.   God speed.  Bart and Gina

Nell Raper
Nell Raper
Aracelis Fargas
Aracelis Fargas
Hi Keith. I read the entire entry. No regrets. As far as the documentary is concerned, if you haven't done so yet, and are traveling to NY, I would love to meet you and your wife in person. I'm in Mass only two hours away. Thank you for your continuous inspiration. Please let me know when and if you are still heading to East.


~Aracelis~
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  
Nell Raper
Nell Raper
Nell Raper
Nell Raper
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
Bart Boren
Bart and Gina
Keith you have the best attitude ever and are the best example of this quote;

“The longer I love, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company...a church....a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past...we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude...I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you...we are in charge of our attitudes.” 

Charles R. Swindoll

Keep up the great attitude,   Bart




Carolyn Ann Walgren
Carolyn Ann Walgren
For you and Lori from today's Jesus Calling devotional:

Keep walking with Me along the path I have chosen for you, Your desire to live close to Me is a delight to My heart. I could instantly grant you the spiritual riches you desired but that is not My way for you. Together we will forge a pathway up the high mountain. The journey is arduous at times and you are weak. Someday you will dance light footed on the high peaks; but for now, your walk is often plodding and heavy. All I require of you is to take the next step, clinging to My hand for strength and direction. Though the path is difficult and the scenery dull at the moment, there are sparkling surprises just around the bend. Stay on the path I have selected for you. It is truly the path of Life.


Praying for you all. As the Hyland family's motto says as they rely on Jesus to miraculously restore their son: Keep looking up and looking forward.
Bart Boren
Bart Boren
Keith you are truly blessed.  You are also a very intelligent person whom has studied diligently your diagnoses and taken the right steps to have God assist you in your journey.  Gina and I feel very blessed that a person such as you is in our lives and wish you continued success in your battle.   God speed.  Bart and Gina

Aracelis Fargas
Aracelis Fargas
Hi Keith. I read the entire entry. No regrets. As far as the documentary is concerned, if you haven't done so yet, and are traveling to NY, I would love to meet you and your wife in person. I'm in Mass only two hours away. Thank you for your continuous inspiration. Please let me know when and if you are still heading to East.


~Aracelis~
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
Bart Boren
Bart Boren
Keith you are truly blessed.  You are also a very intelligent person whom has studied diligently your diagnoses and taken the right steps to have God assist you in your journey.  Gina and I feel very blessed that a person such as you is in our lives and wish you continued success in your battle.   God speed.  Bart and Gina

Nell Raper
Nell Raper
Carolyn Ann Walgren
Carolyn Ann Walgren
For you and Lori from today's Jesus Calling devotional:

Keep walking with Me along the path I have chosen for you, Your desire to live close to Me is a delight to My heart. I could instantly grant you the spiritual riches you desired but that is not My way for you. Together we will forge a pathway up the high mountain. The journey is arduous at times and you are weak. Someday you will dance light footed on the high peaks; but for now, your walk is often plodding and heavy. All I require of you is to take the next step, clinging to My hand for strength and direction. Though the path is difficult and the scenery dull at the moment, there are sparkling surprises just around the bend. Stay on the path I have selected for you. It is truly the path of Life.


Praying for you all. As the Hyland family's motto says as they rely on Jesus to miraculously restore their son: Keep looking up and looking forward.
Nell Raper
Nell Raper
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  
Bart Boren
Bart and Gina
Keith you have the best attitude ever and are the best example of this quote;

“The longer I love, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company...a church....a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past...we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude...I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you...we are in charge of our attitudes.” 

Charles R. Swindoll

Keep up the great attitude,   Bart




Aracelis Fargas
Aracelis Fargas
Hi Keith. I read the entire entry. No regrets. As far as the documentary is concerned, if you haven't done so yet, and are traveling to NY, I would love to meet you and your wife in person. I'm in Mass only two hours away. Thank you for your continuous inspiration. Please let me know when and if you are still heading to East.


~Aracelis~