Tuesday, May 18, 2010

New Day

One of God's greatest gifts is that we awake to a new day where the problems of yesterday are just that, the problems of yesterday.

A new diagnosis will not change who I am at my core; wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, and above all, faithful.

A new diagnosis may change my direction but it will not change my soul nor the people that ride along on this journey with me.

So while I wait for the results, I will not let worry consume the here and now.

I am A-OK.


  1. A new day....I really liked that post. Def helps to give perspective!

    I saw that we have some similar interests and I just wanted to introduce myself and say Hi really! I just started my blog in March. I hope you will come and visit sometime! I also hope I can learn how to put some cool stuff on mine like you have on yours! Ha ha!! That live feed is really cool :)

    Take Care,

  2. Kelli--I meant to email the other day and got sidetracked...so sorry. I've been reading about fetal microchimerism...for different reasons, but when I read your post, I immediately thought of you.

    Then I cried at how, if that had anything to do with what is going on, it was so sad.

    And on the same token, something so comforting to me.

    Just like everything I am finding in my world...so conflicted.

    Praying, praying, praying for you and having faith that it will be well.
    Much love!