Pray, Hope, and Don’t Worry

I have a busy week ahead of me.  I have a brain MRI tomorrow morning and a CT scan of my chest and abdomen next Wednesday.  The MRI and CT scans are to see if the cancer has grown, increased, or spread.  Overall I’m feeling good, but I am feeling more fatigued this week. My chemo dose was increased this past cycle and I noticed I was more tired than previous cycles.  But the side effects are not as bad as my other chemos.  I am looking forward to my week off of chemo, which starts this Friday.  I’m also excited because it’s Anabel’s 2nd birthday on Saturday and it will be a fun weekend with Janie’s mom and brother visiting to help partake in the festivities.  Special thanks to Gerrit Benson and Mat Leslie for visiting this weekend and playing in a golf tournament with me and Tom Michaels.  This weekend was full of special moments and ringing ears.  In regards to my upcoming medical tests, all I can do is pray, hope and try not to worry.  I ask for your prayers, positive thoughts and positive vibes for the days ahead.

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8 Responses to Pray, Hope, and Don’t Worry

  1. Richard Agnello says:

    My dear Kevin, once again my heart is crying for you and praying the Doctor’s can put your cancer in remission. Kevin I know you believe. “He that cometh to GOD must believe that he is: and is a rewarder to them that seek him.” Hebrews 11:6

    Love, Richard

  2. Susan says:

    Always and in all ways in our heart and prayers. Such a special time for a 2 year old, fun times AND exhausting times but this is such a precocious stage of her life. Enjoy and Kevin-let life unfold as God has ordained. Love you all!

  3. Good luck with the tests Kevin, praying for positive results

  4. Jo says:

    Kevin- thinking of you and so glad you have joy to balance the hard times. Love you

  5. Kimbelry DeFalco says:

    Kevin, we are sending you so, so much love energy to you and your beautiful family. You have inspired so many of us, reminding us of what is truly important in life. We love you … Kim and Bill

  6. Gail Norris says:

    There are many prayers going up on your and Janie’s behalf. My thoughts remain with you both. Have fun this weekend! Happy birthday, Anabel! Hello to Annie, too. Love & peace, Gail

  7. Beth (Blumenschein) Midberry says:

    I’ve been praying for you and your family, Kevin. Thank God today’s results were great! Keep up the fight.

  8. SherryThomas says:

    Kevin, just wanted you to know that you are not alone. You and your family are constant in my prayers. I pray that you will experience God’s faithfulness as a provider for all your needs. He assures us of His faithfulness in Isaiah 49:15,16:
    “Can a woman forget her nursing child,
    And not have compassion on the son of her womb?
    Surely they may forget,
    Yet I will not forget you.
    See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands;
    Your walls are continually before Me.”

    I believe the “engravings” on the palms of our hands are a gift from God to remind of us of His promise that “He will keep in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Him because he trusts in Him.”

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