Wednesday, June 12, 2013

A Journey

This was taken 2 years ago this month. What a long way he has come.
He was thin and tired wondering if he would ever feel good again.
This is David now tan, healthy, and enjoying our little Miss B.
We have many blessings in our life we both are over whelmed 
when we think about his journey. I encourage you all to become registered
on the bone marrow donor list it could save a life. And as my bother in law said
it was one week of feeling a bit achy no big deal. You do not
undergo any operations it is filtered from your blood.

Before I start crying I will move on.
Even though it has rained a lot and been chilly except for the 
one weekend were it was hotter than He_ _

My gardens are looking pretty good.

And on a different note the town I work in is having their 250th
anniversary and they painted the center line in the road a very
festive red, white, and blue. Pretty cool!
Have a great week! 


annie said...

Thank God!!
Thanks to your Brother In Law too!!!
Love Little Miss B.
Lovin' the red, white & blue!

Julia said...

Wow, what a journey it has been. So many prayers were going up and it's wonderful to see David and Miss B. all tan and lively.

We are still being rained on but everything is nice and green,

How cool to see the red white and blue lines on the center of the road. very patriotic.

Have a great day. Hugs to you and David and miss B.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathay ~
It is so good to hear how well hubby is doing!!!Good for him and good for you. I was on the registry but had to be taken off when I had a small spot of skin cancer removed quite a few years ago :(
LOVE your center lines. How very cool.
Hugs :)

Nellie said...

I send along continued prayers for David's good health!

Miss B is precious!

Love that red, white, and blue center line!

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Congratulations on the two year mark! We never j ow our path ~ so glad
yours has a happy outcome!!

Balisha said...

He looks great! So happy for you. I prayed and prayed for him.Enjoy each day.

Jacqueline said...

Isn't life wonderful!!

Primitive Stars said...

Happy to hear all is good...He sure looks good today.....beautiful Hosta, looks good......Love the red, white and blue lines....Francine.

camp and cottage living said...

So glad to see your dear David looking so healthy! What a blessing
Your Hosta is huge.

Judy said...

We all prayed so hard for David to be all right--and he is--in great part to your brother-in-law!! We are having the rain and cool night--such weird weather this year. Enjoy your town's celebration!!!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Cheers to continued good health & lots more grandchildren! xo

moosecraft said...

Congrats on the success of your journey! Many years happiness ahead! :-)

Love those white flowers with the grey leaves in your garden... and the red, white, blue stripe down the street is very festive! What a great idea!

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I am so happy for both you and David. I remember his journey and especially being cooped up in the house for that extended period. You took great care of him. You are both so lucky to have each other.

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

This was a wonderful post and an important one but mostly I am so glad he is well and enjoying life.

yaya said...

What a great outcome! I'm so glad that this journey has a very happy ending! The fight against cancer is often very frustrating...this is wonderful. Your garden looks happy too!

Saundra said...

You've got lots to be thankful for and David definitely had a long tedius road to travel on that journey. Looks like all is well and I'm happy for you.


SouthernHeart said...

What a wonderful post with such blessed news. David looks strong and healthy now. Looking back on such a journey, I'm sure you do feel blessed for sure. And kudos to your bro-in-law!


Chatty Crone said...

Is that your husband and your BIL was his donor? He looks good now. Happy Father's Day. sandie

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

David looks amazing and I am so you both are doing so well. I know it has been a long hard journey but Praise God David is doing so well.
I will have to look into doing the bone marrow donor. I am glad you mentioned it.
Happy Belated Fathers Day to David