Wednesday, June 3, 2009

There are worse things than having Cancer!

There are worse things! Like someone you love having cancer! I would have changed places with my mom in a second if God would have given me the chance. He didn't.
I have missed you all so much, I have so much to share like, My Dad is doing so much better, thank you all so much for you prayers.
Little LuLu has four teeth and is starting to crawl and Claire is rolling over.
Justin and Heather ( Lulu's mommy and daddy) got married, it was beautiful.
I did the Relay for Life for the second year, my team raised $1065.00 Yea!!! Team!!! Thank you to all of those who donated.
I made Jewelery to help raise money and Karen from Cotton Pickin Ranch let me use her angels. If you have not been to her blog, cottonpickinranch.blogspot.com make sure you stop by. She is an incredible artist with an incredible heart. I will be posting some of my Jewelery soon for sale to help raise money for the cause please come back and have a look.. Thank You So Much Karen for you kindness....
I held a female Cardinal in my hands, she had hit a window and looked to be dieing but after some prayers and lots of love she flew away. Thank you God.
I have been keeping up with nieniedialogues.blogspot.com. She is a beautiful and brave young lady from Utah that was in a plane crash with her husband, she was burned over 85% of her body and her blog is about her way back for her accident. I am not even sure how I found her blog but I just love her. I wish I could take her pain for even one day and give her a break. She could use some prayers if you have some extra.
I hope all of you have been doing well, sorry I have been so out of touch.. Big Hugs to you All. Back Soon Deb

3 comments:

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

There are worse things.
And it is soooo encouraging of you to stillbelieve that!
I love the way you look at things and delight in your Beautiful Family.

SweetAnnee said...

Good to see you back.. and YES there are worse things than having cancer.. I think that lots of times..

I'm going to visit your new friend's blog..

I'd been thinking about YOU!!! I hope all is well

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I'm glad your dad is doing better. Sounds like you have been really busy! Nienie is so inspiring, and so are you. I don't know if I could handle having her pain - even for one day, but I do pray for her daily. What a beautiful soul she has. laurie

THE GARDEN OF HOPE

THE GARDEN OF HOPE will be our market place here at the cottage to raise money for the cure. We hope that you will love our homegrowns. The garden has just been planted, with lots of love and nurturing we hope to be able to harvest in beginning to mid October. Please check back, we will be looking for you. Posted by Debra Facer at 12:58 PM 1 comments

A PEAK AT WHO'S GROWING IN THE GARDEN

A PEAK AT WHO'S GROWING IN THE GARDEN
GROWING A LITTLE SLOW DUE TO LACK OF WATER (TIME) BUT WILL BE READY SOON!