I continue to think about this subject. Unforgiveness is one of the major hindrances that can hinder your healing. Listen to what Jesus says in Mark 11:25-26. "And whenever you stand praying, if you have anything against anyone, forgive him and [let it drop](leave it, let it go), in order that your Father who is in heaven may also forgive you your [own] failings and shortcomings and let them drop. But if you do not forgive, neither will your Father in heaven forgive your failings and shortcomings." Happy New Year 2011, I still think this an important message! A quote by Author: Tami Hoag 2007... What purpose does it serve to hold that anger? What good does it do? Hatred is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die of it."

An Opinion... Isn't it amazing that almost everyone has an opinion to offer about the bible (as well as other subjects), and yet so few have studied it (or the subject)? R. C. Sproul, If only one would read before speaking, they would not look so foolish. Yet, I don't want to get in anyone's face... so I keep dropping hints. Does it help? I hope so...)

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Uh oh, I'm in trouble...

This morning I came out to say "good morning" and my brother-in-law said in jest, "you will be hearing from my attorney."  When I said in my prior post that this illness just seemed more like flu than chemo, I was right, as well as my doctor.  Allen is getting sick.  The combination of my just finishing chemo, having a low immune system and getting a bug was just too much for my system.  At least I don't have to panic about next month with chemo... I hope.  Allen's been away from chemo for a couple of months, hopefully that will be enough to keep him from getting as sick as I did. 

Today I am better, but still have a small fever.  I was really hoping that it was hot flashes, but nooooo.  I am diligent about keeping my fluids up now, it isn't fun being unstable due to dehydration.  Too many stories to pass around about me at the holiday dinner table!

Thought this was fun...
An element of the admission procedure in the hospital where Doctor Tim Westwood worked, was to ask the new patients if they suffered from any allergies.

If they did, Tim got it printed on a special 'allergy band' which was then placed on the patient's wrist as a reference for all other hospital employees.

On one particular occasion Tim asked an elderly woman if she had any allergies. The old dear responded by saying that she was unable to eat bananas.

Tim received a considerable surprise later in the day when a very irate son came out of the ward demanding, 'Who's responsible for labeling my mother 'bananas'?'

Now, a message to my dear son... don't get any clever ideas of what you can do next hospital visit. (Ha ha)

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