Here are what my branches turned out like…..
Aren’t they gorgeous?!
My daughter plays basketball and the team that she played for this season was a fighting team!
They had their ups and downs, but all in all it was a great season.
Here are a couple of pictures of the season.
The boy’s team at my alma mater, the Winston Redbirds, are headed to the final four this weekend!!
Good luck boys!!
I had my three-month check up this week and everything is looking great!
My heart is back to normal, my blood counts are in the normal range, and I’m not scheduled for another appointment for three months!
I am starting to feel a little better too.
I have one more surgery coming up in April to finish what we started with the reconstruction process.
But surgery is nothing compared to chemotherapy!!
I feel very blessed to be on this side of the cancer.
The Lord is with me!!
He still has plans for me to fulfill.
Yes I am definitely behind!!!!
We had a surprise party for my daughters Kayli and Kamille, and my Aunt Marilyn.
Kayli and Kamille turned 30 and Marilyn turned 60.
So we did a 30 + 30 =60 theme.
There was good food and even some karaoke!
It was a lot of fun.
I found this picture of the birthday kids the other day and had to share!!
The twins and my dad a few years ago.
I have a lot more to tell you about.
We’ll talk soon!
Today is New Years Eve!
What a year!
I have learned with life it’s give and take.
Sometimes it’s more give than take.
Sometimes it’s more take than give.
We are promised nothing, but our salvation.
Think about that!
Our salvation is everything!
I know that there are more profound people than me out there, so I will just put it to you in my own words.
You can not get through life without letting others in!
Let them love you.
It’s good for other people and it’s great for you!!!
I have never felt so loved as I have this year!
Here are a few pictures of some of the people that I love.
We had a busy October.
My daughter Kayli and her fiancé Chad got married.
Here is a picture of their beautiful family.
These se two came home from Arkansas to attend the wedding, it was great to have them home again.
We had a small reception with a little karaoke action.
That’s my son Nic, my aunt Marilyn, and me singing for the crowd.
It was a great night with lots of family and good friends!
Then we had Halloween, of course.
Here is a shot of Hudson with his ghostly gourd.
Kinsley, Kennedy, and Michael are showing off their Jack-O-Lanterns.
Hope your October was great, too!