Tag Archives: recovery

Lyme Disease Update

Post SOT (6 weeks) Sarah: Systemic Yeast believed to be killed (after 5 IV infusions) Some weight loss has occurred Swelling going down from extremities 1st Fewer sick days Fewer low-grade fevers 1 throw up in 3 weeks Started making … Continue reading

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The Wedding

What an entrance! All the wedding party waiting under the cherry blossom trees. Silence. No bride… a low gong began to ring out. 1, 2, 3, 4 times… horses hooves on the cobblestones, a carriage approached. 7, 8, 9, 10… … Continue reading

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Not just another Graduation

In 72 hours our son, Ben will graduate. This will not be your average celebration. This is huge! He’s successfully come through 2 and 1/2 years of invaluable counseling from an incredible program with some of the most caring, loving, … Continue reading

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Always an Addict?

I have an amazing friend who’s battled stage 4 cancer for 6 years!  Even when all her tumors shrunk in size and most disappeared, she was still called “Stage 4.” One time I got my nerve up and asked her, “Don’t they … Continue reading

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Keys

Our first moving day is finally here… Keys will be in hand soon and we can begin this new adventure… It feels like it’s been a long process getting here; deciding it was time. My parents decline began back in … Continue reading

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Addiction Recovery

Today our precious son turns 18, an adult. It’s a miracle! Two years ago we wondered if he’d still be alive. He confesses he never thought he’d see 18. But God (!) has this amazing way of messing in our … Continue reading

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Quite a Tale

Once again today, I found myself explaining to an old friend (that I hadn’t seen some 10+ years) who the big brunette guy is in our family photo of blondies. It never fails, the next question following is, “Well, where … Continue reading

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Breaking The Mold

My mom has a pair of unique porcelain birds. She told me their rarity gives them their worth, as the mold to make them was purposely broken after only a few uses.  Our value is similar. God’s creativity isn’t hindered by … Continue reading

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