Quick one today.
One Big Praise! Chad spoke truth this weekend at church. It was an honor to listen to him. Even more so because I have seen first-hand - and time and time again - that he actually lives out that which he shared. In this mess of cancer, Chad is patient and worshipful. He perseveres & battles to keep his feet firmly planted in faith. He chooses to daily trust in the unchanging character of God. What a blessed girl I am to have him! If you have about 30 minutes and want to watch a potentially tear-jerking video from me (a letter to our kids that I read aloud), listen to Chad's talk, and hear me bumble thru an ending, you can go to www.wchamburg.org.
One Ugh! I am starting radiation to my left femur on Wednesday. I will go every day (M-F) for two weeks. The side effects are expected to be minimal. However, the decision has been difficult to make because my pain levels, while slightly increasing, are still VERY low and, although the actual treatment only takes minutes, the entire process of driving in/out, parking, etc. will take about 2 hours out of each day…time away from my kiddos.
One Help! I have been presented with an opportunity to go on a missions trip to Zambia. There is some significant concern by my doctor that it is an unwise move because of the vaccinations that I must get in order to go. I am torn about what to do. Although I will be getting only inactive (non-live) vaccines, there is risk that my cancer meds will interfere with the efficacy of the vaccines. I need to make my decision by tomorrow. Yikes! If I do go, it will be from about 8/21 – 8/28. I'd love your prayers for wisdom on this…