Two high five's for chemo #10
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Thursday morning as I was sitting in the chemo suite preparing to get hooked up to chemo round 10, I received a text from my brother saying my home had been broken into. We've been staying with my parents while I'm on treatment because my husband works shift work and my Mom helps me tremendously with the kids. Our home is only about 3 minutes down the road so we are in and out often checking on things. We knew there was a possibility that we could be burglarized while we were away so we did not have many valuables there. So thank God they did not get much, but they did get some things. What really broke my heart though was not what they took, but the fact that they know what my family is going through. Everyone around here knows my situation. And they used that. They broke my back door and went through my things, my children's things. I almost did not take my traditional picture I take each time I get chemo, because I didn't think I would be able to smile with that on my mind. BUT, I did it. I smiled and I encouraged those that I could through facebook and kept on going. The person who invaded my home, does not have the power to invade my heart. They will have to answer for the terrible things they have done. Like I've said in a past blog, satan is angry when we do God's work. Tuesday night I gave my testimony at a church in Hemingway and it was an amazing night. They had worship and prayer and God was all over that place! So although I am attacked on different occasions, I am not broken. I am still standing and I'm not going to change my routine. I was honored to be the speaker at Andrews Relay for Life last night and I pray that my story was able to give someone hope. There is always hope!