Wednesday, December 22, 2010

What did you ask for...for Christmas?

...every Christmas you always hear people saying they want this and they want that for Christmas...Well, this is what I asked for...I wanted for the sick people in my life with no cure to be able to be cured. I wanted them to be able to see their families and not have to worry about which night is their last...and though I still haven't gotten that...we did received some VERY GOOD NEWS...and recently, when we heard the words "recurrent growth" and we all thought the air had been knocked out of us...my Dad's recent MRI showed that his latest GammaKnife treatment is working...the inner core is dying and the outer core is frazzled...that is all very good news...so right now we continue living each day...celebrating "life"...creating as many memories as we can and just LOVING each other! In two months we scan again and pray that we get the same results.

Yesterday, someone got caught under the mistletoe! I cherish every one of these little moments...

7 comments:

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Brings tears to my eyes--GOD is GOOD:) I need to remember to praise Him in small things and with big!! I love that pic of you and your dad--PRECIOUS!

And what a great holiday to share with your family--Happy Birthday, JESUS! Praise God for sending his only son for us!

Merry CHRISTmas; Happy Birthday, JESUS; Happy New Year and blessings in 2011 to you and your family:)

Renee' Morris-Dezember said...

Savannah this one is actually of Camryn and her Papa...I love that I have a picture of them! I hope you guys are enjoying the Holiday Season too!

Windy Robinson said...

That is a great photo... love those kind of moments. Merry Christmas:)

Jana Holden said...

I'm so glad it's working for your dad ...and your family! Your Christmas will be the merriest now!

Gina said...

That is such a CUTE pic of Dad and Camryn! :)

Margee' said...

Brain Cancer has changed him alot! Making memories is very important now!
Great pic!
One Day at a Time! God is by our side through this journey!

Jen said...

Such a sweet moment - so happy that you were able to capture it - these truly are moments to cherish!

I wanted to stop by today and wish you a VERY Merry Christmas!