One Glorious Moment

For one glorious moment yesterday, amidst the joy of being with my hubby, I forgot about the cancer.  One glorious moment!

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msgrace
msgrace

How WONDERFUL! I find that getting away from the daily routine helps me do that too. If we dwell on it 24/7, it will drive us nutty. I try to only think about the positive, and leave the worrying to my Lord.

Hang in there, darlin.

Love,
Ingrid
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Those are the moments that are special gifts, i know it\'s such a good feeling when this happens, especially when you actually do realize it... I know for myself living with Tim having cancer for 15 months now i have had a many days without the thought of cancer even entering my head.. I guess that when you live with cancer for a sometime, that our lives are in a new kind of normal and we need to live this as normally as we can, especially with Tim feeling good and going to work every day, it just happens this way... To me this is the best way to live, i know that kidney cancer isn\'t comsuming me or taken over my life, which at one time many months ago it was, so for me the wayTim, our lives are so much better today and i thank God daily for getting us thru the first hard part to be able to enjoy life with out so much worry... You have so much faith and hope and so much more strength to have experienced that special gift of actually living and enjoying each others company, this was so good to hear and thanks so much with sharing that with all of us here at DS...
Becca
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Hello Karen,
How wonderful to have that special moment. I\'m sure there will be more. Imagine, special moments and vacation, great gifts from God.
Bless you and your husband
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I\'ve had that for seconds here & there, too - I actually do a double-take and \"Oh, yeah ...\" - what a gift some of these times can be.