I last wrote about David in June, shortly before his surgery. I won't go into a lengthy discussion about what a roller coaster ride this has been, but I do want to let you know that the surgery that he had in June, was a good news/bad news story. The Doctors removed 1/3 of his stomach, several centimeters of his esophagus and 18 lymph nodes (3 of which were malignant). There was another
I'm just sticking my toe in the blogging ocean to see how it feels to be connected with friends in my bloggy circle. I've missed you all and have tried to visit when I could. I'd sure like to get back to this and swapping again...does anybody still do that?? Hope so! Anyway, I'll be posting soon to bring you up to date with our adventures here in Delaware, but for now...I wish you all Peace,
One day in April, a package came in the mail for me.The return address said it was from A Swap For All Seasons.I couldn't imagine what it could be.I had dropped out of the year long swap with my beloved swap buddies in March...after we had gotten David's cancer diagnosis and treatment plan.To give you some back story, I have swapped pretty steadily with this group for a number of years...
This is David.He is my loving husband.He is a Father to Eric, Michelle and Michael.(l-r Billy, Michelle, Charlie, Jane, Miles, Eric, Michael, Jackie He is a special Papa to Charlie and Miles He has been an ordained Lutheran Pastor for over 40 years, now retired. He is a friend to many people.He loves to fish.He loves convertibles
Hello dear friends!I could write about 50 pages about where I have been and what I have been doing since my last blog post, 5 months ago, but I have lots of fun things to share and it's time to move forward!I participated in two Swaps this month and I have pictures to sort through and a post to write about them. We had a small trip to Maryland to visit our Grandsons and also to see and old
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