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Cancer. A word no one wants to hear said to them. It stops your world. Your mind starts spinning at all the things. You think, How can this be? Why […]

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'Trials will come, trials bigger than you want, but our loving Savior will hold you and carry you through it. He will supply what you need and the things you didn’t know you needed. ' - Kristen Wright Lowe

Cancer. A word no one wants to hear said to them. It stops your world. Your mind starts spinning at all the things. You think, How can this be? Why […]

. A word no one wants to hear said to them. It stops your world. Your mind starts spinning at all the things. You think, In October, my sister Angela, who had already been diagnosed with cancer thirteen years earlier, went for her regular mammogram. It wasn’t good news. They had found cancer again. Thankfully, it was in the beginning stages, and they had caught it early.  

I told myself. . But that little pang of fear started to eat into my thoughts, and for the first time in a couple of years, I thought it was time to go get another mammogram.  This can’t be happening. Not to me.Secrets in my family do not hide well. It was the first question my sister had for me the first time I saw her after her surgery. I had to deal with this. This was bigger than just a  little denial: it is what just took our mother from us!  

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