Since my last post, I have been overwhelmed with all of your love and support. I feel so blessed to associate with so many selfless, thoughtful friends and family that rally around us whenever we need it. I am humbled and inspired by your examples of service and generosity. From the bottom of my heart, Thank You.
To me, the likely possibility of Miss B having leukemia, was like getting hit in the head with the Life-Is-Hard stick. And it hurt! Bad!
But as I've had the past week to move forward, I have come to the conclusion that Miss B either has leukemia, or she does not. Only God knows what is in store for her.
And while I will pray constantly that Miss B will be healthy; I am determined that the fear of future possibilities will not paralyze me in the present. I will push forward with faith, trusting God that all will turn out for the best.
As Helen Keller said, "Life is either a daring adventure, or it is nothing." In our house, life being "nothing" is not an option. I refuse to allow us to dwell and fixate on the storm clouds that could be brewing, instead of enjoying the sunshine of the moment.
Our lives will be a daring adventure.
Leukemia or not.
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