Tuesday, May 11, 2010

~ Wednesday Gratitude ~

It's time to link up with Heidi again and reflect on gratitude.  There is so much to be grateful for but I have 1 HUGE thing to share this week.  One of my chemo buddies has completed her treatment and is graduating from Chemo Angels!!!  This is such a wonderful accomplishment for her ~ a huge blessing.  Makes you want to jump up and down, dance around the kitchen and sing in the shower.  I feel so honored to have been walking this path with her the past many months. She has had such an incredible attitude about healing and great support from her family. Please join me in saying a HUGE Thank you! to God for his shower of blessings for her.

xoxo
Pat

6 comments:

Heidi said...

This is lovely Pat. I feel kind of like crying. I'm sure it's been a long and tough road for your friend, hurray for her that's she's finished with the nasty part.
My hubby had a brief encounter with the "big C", it wasn't fun, but faith, ginger, and a sense of humor helped us both through it.
Give your friend a hug from me, and bless you Pat for being such a caring and supportive friend to her.
XOXO
Heidi - Heart and Home

Julie Harward said...

Oh my yes! And I didn't know you had been walking this path too...I hope you are doing well! Come say hi :D

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

HUGS!!!!

Denise said...

Hurray for your chem buddy! She must be on cloud nine right about now. Thanks for the reminder of how much we always have to be grateful for!

Melissa Miller said...

Hey Pat!
Are you txfunladi with a red photo on your profile? I think I just saw you over at Beth's and you know I don't think you actually follow my blog. Can you stop by and try it and see if it will work for you? Maybe it was glitch when you tried before. I always have wondered where you were my friend.
Thank you in advance!

My prayers are with her. I hope all goes well.

Blessings to you today. ~Melissa :)

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

Pat,

What a beautiful thing to show gratitude for! My prayers are with all chemo & cancer patients and survivors.
I love your blog. It is a celebration of life.

Deborah