Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Praise be to God!

My Dr. Let me know last week, the day after my scan, that it appears that the targeted therapy I've been on for 4 cycles now is working! The cancer is stable and even a teensy better (smaller) in a few places. This may seem like a small thing, but in metastatic disease, the goal is to keep ahead of it and/or get a handle on it. I am SO thankful. We are rejoicing in the place we are in! We are realistic and know this can change in a few months, but it does not cast a cloudy sky on this rainbow of a promise. The promise that Jesus will never leave or forsake me...any of us. Circumstances change, but He does not. My heart is so full! I'll be driving along and get a giddy feeling, remembering that I have good new growth! Thank you Jesus. 

In other news, we are moving a mile down the way...even closer to church, school, the just. one.week. Yikes!! Packing for a half dozen people is rough, but I'm using this time to purge and organize. Can't wait to be moved in and settled!
But, packing isn't the only thing we have been doing the past few weeks...

1 comment:

  1. Dear Britton, I am praying and rooting for you and your family. I, too, was diagnosed with cancer right after breastfeeding my son who was five months old. The doctors thought it was a hardened milk duct, but it was cancer.That was almost 18 years ago. I do not know why this is happening to you, again. All I know is that God is right there with you. Prayers for healing and comfort my Christian sister. Cean Hollis-Smith (Blake's Mom)


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