After almost a year of various, undiagnosable symptoms, multiple doctors visits and unanswered questions, June 26th, 2018 brought the diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma. A lesion was discovered on her spine through a PET scan, which was then confirmed to be cancerous cells through a biopsy. Since the initial diagnosis, she has had one hospital admission and has gone through 6 months of chemotherapy. Now, praise God, she is in remission. Due to the nature of this blood cancer, a stem cell transplant is the best option to protect her from a relapse and completely eradicate her body of cancerous cells. She will undergo the transplant on May 14th, 2019 and faces a long recovery process afterwards with the hope that a new day awaits on the other side. We press onto the journey ahead with our blessed assurance resting in Jesus, our hope in God, our rock and mighty fortress.