Last week, our family enjoyed a whirlwind family road trip. Within less than 24 hours of radiation treatment wrapping up, we packed up a van and headed to Chicago, followed by Nashville, Memphis, and St. Louis. It pains me to admit the last city, because I know so many of my favorite people are in St. Louis and I laid extremely low. Let me explain … Continue reading so now what?
As some of you might know, my parents have been missionaries in Romania for the last five years. They launched from the suburbs of St. Louis after my sisters and I had all flown the nest. They planned to “retire” in Romania. (Read: work serve until they die). And then, six and half months ago I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. My parents were already … Continue reading meet the parents
I’ve heard that before. “A stitch in time saves nine.” I could google the meaning or ponder it for a few minutes. I don’t have time though. At least, I don’t feel like I have time. So much to do before the surgery. Time is running out!!!! That’s why I felt that tightness in my chest this morning when my littlest girl asked if I … Continue reading a stitch in time?