Sunday, March 17, 2013

I'm Back - Thank You- Give-Away, I Won


Instead of responding to individual posts, I decided to post an overall thank you to all of my Blogger friends. Thank you from the bottom of my heart; for being supportive and praying for my Dad and family while he fights metastatic carcinoma.  Dad has finished all radiation treatments on his brain and back; now he will be going through chemotherapy for his esophagus.  The oncologist is extremely pleased with Dad’s progress, and he informed Dad of a new cancer study starting tomorrow he may qualify to take part in.    Being a part of a new cancer study has perked my Dad up because not only is he helping himself, using Dad as a test subject it also helps others with the opportunity of a new drug toward curing cancer.

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Nice Heavy Duty Metal Case
 
Inside First Aid Kit
 
Additional First Aid Supplies
I’m very excited and happy to say, “Thank You” to Michele at Mystic Mud for the large first aid kit I recently won from her give-away.  When I returned home from Texas, there was a package waiting for me.  I opened this package to find this big beautiful first aid kit.  I have the perfect place in my kitchen to hang it on the wall.  If you haven’t checked out the blog Mystic Mud, you should drop on by and read about their homestead on the top of a mountain, and the lessons they’ve learned on their way to being self reliant.
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New members will be formally welcomed on my next post.  Thank you for being patient.
 
 

11 comments:

  1. I was in a drug study and my doctor made sure I was getting the drug and not a placebo. The drug was approved and gotten into the market a lot faster than a cancer cure would.

    I sure hope he's on the drug side and that it's a MIRACLE.

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  2. Congrats on the giveaway win! What a treat and such a useful item. Glad to hear your dad is doing well.

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    1. Thank you Leigh :-)

      Dad is doing better and has a long way to go on beating this cancer.

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  3. Wonderful! Attitude is so important In the healing process so I'm glad his spirits and attitude is up. Hugs to you, I know it's difficult for family when it's not something we can really help with other than to just be there for them...but that is soooo important! Sending healing prayers & hugs

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    1. Thanks Katie!

      Yes, having a positive attitude makes a world of difference for your health.

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  4. Sandy - This is not an easy journey for you and your family. I've been there a few times myself and it's a rough ride. I hope your Dad's progress will continue in leaps and bounds.

    Take Care and congrats on the giveaway win !

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    1. Helga,

      No it's not an easy journey at all. I've had two other cancer incidents with family members.

      Thank you, I love this first aid kit.

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  5. Oh I am so happy things are going better for your Dad. HUG
    Congrats on the awesome kit. B

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    1. Buttons,

      I'm happy too, Dad is standing strong to kick this cancer.

      Yes, it's a very nice first aid kit.

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  6. Hope your Dad continue to improve Sandy.

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