July 5, 2016

Dear Stretcher Bearers, July 5th, 2016

We trust this finds you encouraged in our Precious Lord and Savior, in the midst of sooooo many discouraging issues in our world these days.

I can’t believe it has been almost nine months since my cancer was found, then diagnosed, and chemotherapy started December 17th, 2015. I remember the first time we went down to Orlando to see my Oncologist, Dr. Molthrope. It was a shock to my system, seeing folk in the hall bald, or wearing caps to cover the baldness, walking with canes, then to see a lady in the hall sitting on a bench, wrapped in a blanket, but sitting all alone. It broke my heart to see someone facing their journey all alone. I am so thankful for Charlie and his daily care for me. My chemotherapy treatments ended the end of March - they lasted twelve weeks. During that period of time it was hard to get folk to talk about the Lord, possibly for a number of reasons with the journey they were facing. Recently, after sooo many months, one lady, we had not seen since earlier this year, came up to us and gave me a big hug with a BIG smile on her face. It has been worth it being part of the journey of so many. We are not finished with our journey, and probably will never be until we go home to be with our Lord and Savior. Our lives will never be the same!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Things that use to seem sooooo important are no longer important. Material things do not have their hold on me like they used to. People are more important, and of course Jesus is more precious than ever!

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Mid-June mini-update

June 22, 2016

As we were driving to see the radiologist this afternoon for the first time, this verse was in my mind: Philippians 4:6 & 7 - “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and supplication WITH THANKSGIVING, let your requests be made known UNTO GOD and the PEACE of GOD, which passeth all understanding, shall KEEP YOUR HEARTS and minds through CHRIST JESUS.” We were VERY impressed with Dr. Lester and his explanation as to why I still need radiation treatment. He was thorough and explained that even though there was just one lymph  that showed the cancer and a trace of cancer in the fat surrounding that lymph node, this means I still need to have radiation treatment. I have God’s peace, in the midst of my human emotions! I have an appointment on this Thursday morning at 11am to start the next segment of this journey. Once I start the actual treatments they will last six weeks, five days a week (each treatment lasts about 10 minutes)- give or take days off for holidays and machine breakdowns which require repairs. So sometime in August I will be finished, with only my every three weeks infusion of Herceptin until the end of the year with the oncologist. Thank you soooo much for your prayers and we covet your continued prayers. Knowing YOU are HERE IN MY HEART MEANS SOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please continue to pray for my younger sister Lynda. She has a doctor’s appointment early July regarding the two blood clots – one in both lungs, and her heart condition which includes a new murmur and a left bundle branch block. She tries to walk a little each day which is good.

Trusting the Lord to encourage each of you day by day.

With our Love,

Cherrie & Charlie


June 16, 2016

How THANKFUL we are for your continued prayers for my cancer journey Smile

Current prayers requests are:

This coming Tuesday the 21st at 2:15 I have an appointment with a Dr Lester here in Sanford. He is a Radiologist and he will be looking over all my reports to determine if I need radiation treatment or not. There is a good possibility I won’t!! We have been told he is excellent and will not do it if it is not necessary. If it is necessary, the treatments will be here in Sanford, not Orlando, we think five days a week for five weeks. Sounds like the sessions are not long at all.

Read more: Mid-June mini-update

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