My View on Faith

My View on Faith

I have been spending a lot of time this past week avoiding the news and watching a lot of Netflix. The main character in “Call the Midwife” said something that really resonated with me…

Faith cannot be questioned, only lived. And if I could not grasp it then, I felt its heartbeat, which was love. ~Call the Midwife

I am so very grateful for the emotional support I have received throughout my cancer journey.

Here is a photo of a very special delivery my husband found in our driveway earlier this week – Kindness Rocks personally painted for me by former co-workers with my old real estate Team (and even some of their kids!) It really lifted my heart.

My next project is coating them all with clear outdoor sealer and making my own Kindness Rock Garden for those who walk or drive by, hoping to share the beautiful message of kindness and hope with others.

My faith in my oncology team and my own inner voice, led me back to immunotherapy treatment earlier this week. I don’t know what is going to happen. The one page I will try to update if there is anything new, is my About Me page. This is my last post to my blog because I have decided my focus during this time needs to be on other things.

And no matter what happens when, I hope people will consider a donation to my husbands 100 Mile Ride to benefit Closer to Free 2020 this fall. I am alive and able to write this final blog post today thanks to the beneficiaries of the Closer to Free fundraising, Smilow Cancer Hospital!