Blessings and prayers
This week has been very stressful. My only daughter has breast cancer, stage 4; so every time there are the 3month scans, we have stress; but once per year she is scanned from head to toe, bone, brain, chest and abdomen, causing tremendous stress.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am HAPPY to report they all came back stable; the mets ( metastasis) in her liver is shrinking.
I have asked family, friends, acquaintants and strangers to pray , send blessings, keep her in their thoughts since she was diagnosed in 2015. We are feeling blessed and grateful for those prayers. Now I can stitch.
She is 44, married to wonderful David, no children, but 2 cats .she will be on chemo for the rest of her life.
Posted by: ellajeff96 on 04/06/18
I, for one, will def be praying for your daughter with unceasing prayer. With hundreds of stitchers on your side, we are formidable. Yesterday, I thanked everyone who has been praying for my husband who has had a stroke and my 40 year old son who has had a heart attack. I absolutely know that our stitching friends are prayer warriors. In addition, I am so glad that your daughter is stable. God is with you. Pam
by: pamelastine11 on 04/06/18
That is wonderful news! I am glad she is stable and seems to be making headway against this awful disease. I hope you and your family have many happy days together for a very long time!
by: adcoresky on 04/06/18
Prayers and hugs to you and yours for her continual improvement. The sooner someone finds a cure for all cancers the better.
by: deirdre on 04/06/18
Prayers and hugs for you all.
by: Nettie on 04/06/18
God is good. In May will be 13 years ago that I heard that "C" word in my breast. Like her I had body scan from head to toe. It was very scary. But I had the surgery and I almost 13 years free. Prayers with her
by: exford1851 on 04/06/18
Praying for your daughter. God is good. He will take care of us. Love to your family.
by: surt8511 on 04/06/18
Keeping you and your daughter in my prayers!
by: Jaj on 04/06/18
Thinking of you and your daughter, and wishing you the very best. You too, pamelastine. 😀
by: saintsgal on 04/06/18
Hi Ella, it was both saddening and uplifting to read your story. You sound to be a strong and loving family. I hope the regression will continue and that we, your chit chat friends, can help with our cyber support.
by: Marydenmark on 04/07/18
Thanks to all you dear ladies for being a part of this wonderful day. The replies have been uplifting and a bonding of shared experiences. Those who viewed my story, I feel a glow of positive energy, I thank you. My prayers for the light of all healing to touch all in need, especially Pamelestine's husband and son, also blessings of coping for her. Exford, it was wonderful to hear your inspiring story.
we have been quite giddy today; so had lunch out at little restaurant that helps young adults with autism; the food was delicious. Then off to the beading store, looking for beads to make charms for stage 4 breast cancer (pink, green and blue-teal).
With appreciation
by: ellajeff96 on 04/07/18