This is a very personal post. This is for Charles. Charles loved to sing. I loved when we could worship together and harmonize. His tenor / baritone and my bass voice blending together on old and new songs, hymns, and spiritual songs is one thing I will truly miss. One of the last times we talked … Continue reading This is for Charles
Losing the Battle
For the last five months my younger brother, Charles, fought a glioblastoma. A glioblastoma is an aggressive malignant brain tumor. At age 43, he lost this battle on Friday. I despise cancer! I want to take the high emotional and spiritual road that says, "This was for the best. He is no longer suffering, etc." … Continue reading Losing the Battle
A few weeks ago, I wrote about my world turning Sideways. Current political climate and current issues of morality or immorality played into that post, but mostly it was about a personal event. My younger brother's diagnosis with a brain tumor. This week I traveled to Gainesville, Florida to Shands' Hospital where skilled surgeons and … Continue reading Vertical
Just yesterday, another dear friend and member of the Church at Parrish received a diagnosis of cancer. Please keep Phyllis and her family in your prayers. It was only a few years ago we buried her husband after he battled cancer for a long time. This diagnosis hurts deep. There will be surgery and treatments and the … Continue reading Not Again!