I started on this journey with Ovarian Cancer 6 months ago. I was originally told there would be 3 rounds of chemo, surgery, then 3 more rounds of chemo. Tomorrow will be my 7th round of chemo. I'm not doubting God and my hope and trust will continue to be with Him and His sovereignty. So thankful for the knowledge God has given man to treat cancer, but more thankful for His healing power. I have a plaque by my computer that was given to me by Cheryl Tompkins and tonight, as I began writing this blog post, I read what it said again and it jumped out at me as if it was God speaking directly to me about tomorrow. It says "Grace and peace be multiplied to you" 2 Peter 1:2
So thankful for God moments and His timing in all things. I am so thankful for His grace and peace during this season of my life. I am thankful not to be anxious about my tomorrows and to realize I was blessed to live another day today with great health. "Today is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it."
Glamping. Weekend in Review.
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