Thursday, November 1, 2012

An Amazing Anniversary

It will be one year on Saturday since David's bone marrow transplant.
 what a long way he has come. Our grand baby will never remember
all the time away from her.She will only remember the Pepe who reads to her,
who watches Micky Mouse play house and laughs.

He was in the hospital for a month, this was his first minute home.
He had to breath the healing air of HOME.

The 100 days of confinement with only each other and our sweet little kitty.
He is still healing but is well on his way.
There are still trips to Boston and tests to take but there is much to be happy about.
Thank you to my blogging friends for all of the amazing  emails and comments.
Some of you sent cards and well wishes. I wish I could hug you all
You made a big difference.Our local community cleaned our yard and plowed our
driveway and put in our wood. Our daughter was amazed at the support
we received. Friends and family kept the cards coming and the daily email
jokes to keep his spirits high. There were so many things done for us it would take pages and pages.We have many blessings in our life and we will pay if forward.
David is growing a beard to be Santa's elf this year for a charity believe in books.
I am taking this month to be thankful for we have much to be thankful for.
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I will keep those so impacted by this storm in my prayers
I hope you are all save and warm and with those that you love.
 


33 comments:

Trace4J said...

How wonderful.
God is soo good.
I have goosebumps with this post.
Blessings to you & your Family
Woolie Love
Trace


www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

Pat said...

What a wonderful anniversary to celebrate! Love the photo of Grandfather and Granddaughter.

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Sending many more blessings and happy and healthy years!

Nellie said...

I continue to send wishes for David's continued road to good health.

Also, thoughts and prayers to all those who have been so affected by this storm.

Take care!

yaya said...

Dave looks wonderful! I'm so happy that he's healing and heading into another year..a year of good health and added strength. Your little cutie sitting there with her Grandfather is a lovely shot. Glad you weren't hurt by "Sandy" too! Have a great weekend!

Sweet Tea said...

I'm a fairly new Follower/Friend, so I had no idea about any of this. Amazing year for you and David! He looks wonderful - I would never have guessed this was a part of his recent history. . .Thankfulness is a beautiful thing!

Julia said...

Oh my, David looks great, what a lovely picture. I can't believe that it's already a year since David's marrow transplant. I've been praying every night for David's healing and for many other people too but it doesn't seem that long for some reason.
I know that the time must have felt longer for you folks.

Congratulations David on your anniversary and I hope that you will continue to heal. I do believe in prayers. I'll sure keep you in my healing prayers for as long as it take to get better.

JB

Larkrise garden girl said...

What a blessing to learn in life how many people care about you two in your community!Continued prayers, Cheri

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

What a year! David looks amazing and so healthy. I am so happy that he is doing so well and Yes prayers do work.
Aren't we both blessed with so many truly lovely blogging friends. I love how they support us through good and bad times.
David is very handsome as you are beautiful.
You both have been on my mind like crazy this whole week. I tried calling but all I would get is all circuits are busy.
That was a horrific storm and I have been so sad about all the damage it has caused and lives taken.
I laid awake all night last night trying to figure out how to help these people so affected by it.
Take care dear friend
Love
Maggie

annie said...

Thank you, Jesus!
Praise the Lord!

newburyarts said...

*****congratulations!!!

Mugwump Woolies said...

Hi Cathy...What a wonderful Thanksgiving it will be at your house! So happy things are going well for you and yours...have a great weekend!
Robyn

svelteSTUFF said...

Yes, be thankful for EVERY day 8-) together!
(I just had a wonderful anniversary too - 14yrs - not 'quite' the same, but I definitely understand!!)
S~

BumbleBeeLane said...

What a differnce a year can make.I know going through cancer with my dad it's amazing how many people actually care,people you never knew would step up and do what they can do.Keeping your family in prayer for continued healing.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Cathy......wonderful...the power of Prayer......such good people out there......very thankful.....Blessings Francine.

woollylottrugs said...

So happy to read this post Cathy. David looks great and what a great picture with his grand-daughter. God is good!!!!!!!!!!!

hugs
cyndi

Rose H (UK) said...

What a wonderful anniversary to celebrate!
Long may David's good health and healing continue!
Cheers! - (clink of glasses!)
Rose H
xx

jody said...

what a wonderful anniversary! it has been a long haul.. i remember the beginning. im so thankful all is going well and your man looks wonderful, happy and healthy with that beautiful grandbabe on his lap! enjoy your weekend cathy!!

AshTreeCottage said...

This is the very best news my dear friend! You all will remain in my prayers.

Big Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Balisha said...

I remember a year ago like it was yesterday. The time has flown by so quickly. Wonderful that you have had so many amazing people to lean on. Wonderful that you two have come through this trying time. Best wishes for the coming year...God Bless, Balisha

DM said...

Cathy I am so touched by your post.As tears run down my cheeks I am reminded of David's smile. Always such a sweet man. I know I don't see my cousins much but there's not a day that goes by that he's not on my mind.I pray for his continued progress and for now I hope he continues to relish his time with the little one and his family. Much love to you both...and I will surprise you with a visit some one of these days. Continued good health.

DearHelenHartman said...

A lovely mile marker to celebrate. Stray strong and here's to many more anniversaries.

20 North Ora said...

How wonderful!! A year is such a mark to celebrate. I'm so grateful for modern medicine. So glad he is doing so well.

Isn't it wonderful to have Christian friends to stand by you and support you at a time like this?

Blessings to you both.

Judy

J

Kim said...

What a difference a year makes! Dave looks like the picture of health sitting there with his little princess. Have a wonderful weekend.

Saundra said...

What an amazing year of growth, health, family and friendships this has been for you. So happy the worst is behind you and hope the next year is even better! I'm sure the holidays this year will be even more special than last.

Saundra

Stickhorsecowgirls said...

Such a wonderful blessing!

judemiller1 said...

He has a nice long and healthy life ahead and we all are so very, very for you both--and all the family!!!

Stacy Crawford said...

I'm so glad things turned out well for your family. Things like this sure make us count our many blessings.

To another good year of health!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathy ~
I am so happy for you both. David looks terrific and Miss Baby could not be cuter.
Prayers and hugs being sent your way!
Lauren

Vintage Gal said...

Wonderful news ~ what a wonderful anniversary present to have him home ~ I will continue to keep you in my prayers ~ blessings to you and your family

The Paisley Studio/Sarah McNamara said...

Happy Anniversary to you and David. sarah

Dog Trot Farm said...

Could there be a better aniversary gift than the gift of good health. I think not. I am so happy to read that your husband is doing well, and Miss Baby, she is just precious! Blessings to you, Julie.

Sonya leonard said...

Hi Cathy,
I so love reading your blog! You are such a good writer. David looks great and I am so happy to hear he is doing so well one year later. That little grand baby is so precious. There is nothing better than those little ones! I now have 3.
One of these days, I will get to see you all again.

Take care,
Sonya