2022 Happy New Year It’s been awhile since you have heard from me. Your prayers continue to be heard and I am thankful for each one of you. An update now on what has transpired in November of this past year. Long story short, after 4+ years my leukemia has returned. A relapse that is unusual 4+yrs. after a successful transplant. So beginning Dec. 2nd, I began treatment once again at Stanford. I am thankful that this is able to be done on an outpatient basis. This was a concern of my not being able to have my husband with me. At least now I get to go home each night. We spend a full week over here once a month near Stanford with our trailer (a blessing), not what we hoped our trailer would be used for, never the less, still a blessing. I ask once again if anyone is still out there getting the caring bridge to please be in prayer for all of my family, my kids, grandkids, my husband, and myself. For my sister and my mom. We have lost my dad, and both my brothers in the last 2 yrs. this is tough on a 91 yr old mom. This is a tough setback and a struggle to work through however, I remain confident in God and his providing all that we need! I’ll continue to be in touch as the days continue on…. You remain a blessing to us both and to our kids and their families! God Bless You in this New Year!!
What started out as a vacation to our sons, has brought us here in 2+ weeks with a diagnosis of AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia). We have been amazed by the way God has orchestrated the events of all of this, and we have seen God's hand in every turn, and every person we have come across and are amazed by his care! As hard as it is, I look forward to all of your prayers, encouragement and support, not only for myself, but for my family as well. Ive been told this could be a long battle but one that I hope will bring peace, comfort, healing, as well as honoring God!