Although this crazy fall didn’t provide very much time for me to blog, I really enjoy it and was seriously looking forward to the spring when I was certain I would have more time to devote to this project that I enjoy so much.

And then my dad was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma.

He has been actively seeking a diagnosis since late September and after several referrals to an oncologist and follow up appointments, he nearly died four times between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

He is currently doing SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much better, but is still not strong enough to receive chemo as the chemo used to treat this form of lymphoma is so large that in his weakened state it would surely overwhelm him.  With no chemo his prognosis is grim at best.

Throughout these months we have literally seen miracles beyond what we could have asked for and have been carried through each day in the grace that the Lord has given us.

I’ve got to tell you that I am looking forward to the day when I can have room in my brain for more than just my dad and his health.  When that day arrives, I will happily return to blogging.

Please pray for my daddy.  He is the best man I know.