Chemo always results in bad days, some worse than others. Folks have asked me how I do it or even why I do it. To answer the question of "how" it is purely because of the strength God gives me each day. It is hard, it is no fun, it is beyond any description I can come up with (really encouraging, huh?), but somehow because of God's mercy and grace, I come out on the other side with a hope of better days. Which brings me to the "why".
To answer the "why"...
the enjoyment of listening to the stories my children tell of their lives, their very grown up lives. Marriage and career for one, serving our great country for the other. I'm so honored they want to share their stories with me.
Also, breathing in the intoxicating scent of honeysuckles
the feel of a cool breeze
the tranquility of our backyard: sparkling waters and blooming flowers.
Be assured, these are only a few of the things I love about my life. The point to this rambling is this: yes, I have bad days, but by God's grace the good days out weigh the bad by a long shot!
No, wait a second, that wasn't the point of my rambling...this is...
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose"
All things...the good, the bad and the ugly...God works for the good of me because I love Him...and goodness, that is good enough for me! By the way, that is Romans 8:28.
I hope your week is a blessed one!
p.s. I'm trying a larger font and would love feedback from you. I'm thinking if I was having a hard time reading what I typed that you may be having a hard time reading it too.