Wednesday, February 8, 2012


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.


my family said...

oh Carrie little Miss is in my prayers as well as you and your sweet family. I wanted to comment last post but my computer in on the fritz and very moody lately. I pray for strength to get you all through this difficult time. I love your perspective on things and know God will carry you:)

Anonymous said...

I'll be praying for your sweet little girl and the rest of your family.

Kristi said...

Your sweet little girl and your family is in my prayers...

AngieW said...

Praying that an answer comes soon. I remember the waiting was the hardest to find out if it was DS or not. Can only imagine this has to be similar. Just give that sweetie a big hug and spoil her.

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