Friday, April 6, 2012

Bad News

I'm going to be away from the blog for awhile. My father in law was diagnosed with cancer this week and it's pretty advanced. I am with my husband's family in Michigan and will be helping them with as much as possible as long as I am needed. At this time, I have no idea when I will be flying home.

Until then, God bless. :)

11 comments:

Johanna said...

Oh I am so sorry to hear about your father-in-law. I know how devastating cancer can be. What a blessing for them to have your support. Saying a prayer, just now, for you. God will see you through this.

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

Prayers for you and your family.

make.share.give said...

I'm so sorry to hear this. YOur family is very blessed to have a sweet daughter-in-law to help. Hope to hear from you soon.

Lillian the Ponderer said...

I'm sorry to hear about your father-in-law, what a blessing that you don't work outside the home and are therefore free to help as needed. I pray that you will be able to help and comfort as much as is needed

DanniellaAnn said...

So because it is so advanced, is that why he's doing chemo rather than a diet based approach? Just curious. He is definately in our prayers and those of my friends up there in your area also. Esther would love to meet up with you if you have any free time.

I Am Not Superwoman said...

So sorry to hear about your father in law. Cancer SUCKS. Will pray for you and your family. Take care.

Ann@His Grace To Me said...

Praying for your family.

Shanay said...

Sorry to hear that. Keeping your family in my prayers.

make.share.give said...

Thinking of you. Just prayed for you too :)
Susanne

Nataly said...

I came upon your blog and just felt like I needed to say something.My view about cancer,it makes very sad.All hope is in Jesus and I will pray tonight to him to help your father-in-law through it.

Dr Chris Hill said...

Hi Cassandra,

Here's a good video I found on YouTube about religion, you might like to view it and see what you think.

”God in my life”

I think it makes a lot of good common sense don't you?

From
Chris Hill

American youth: Young gifted and passionate about religion. ”Fiery lady”
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