Angels. Angels were one of those things that was more of an “idea” than reality. Or I visualized them being in Heaven, not down here on earth. But they are. They absolutely are. A new friend shared some information about Angels with me several months ago and I won’t lie, I kind of brushed it… Continue reading With ALL the Angels and Saints
Share the graces. But share the sufferings as well. We had our scan a few nights ago and it came back with very little to no tumor growth. The radiation doctor was very pleased. It’s still there, but it isn’t getting larger. What a blessing. Sadly, that’s not all that showed up. I… Continue reading When the going gets tough…
You all know I’m not actually this good about blogging. On our 9.5 hour flight home, I decided I would spend that time blogging on my phone and then just post them as they came. I also didn’t want to forget every beautiful and sacred moment. Bathing in the waters at… Continue reading Bathing in the waters in Lourdes
God loves us and wants us to be happy. Which is why today I ate a dark chocolate filled warm French croissant. It was everything I ever imagined it to be and more. I know I say no sugar, but I can’t fly all the way to France and NOT eat a chocolate croissant. Or… Continue reading The first of miracles
As I’m flying out of my seat and watching the lady next to me fly into the ceiling of the airplane, the very first crazy thought that went through my head was “I knew it wasn’t going to be brain cancer that took me out!” I tend to be a little dramatic when it comes… Continue reading It’s Time to Spill the Beans!
I get that question a lot. It cracks me up because people ask me that as if I’m lying about how I feel haha. I try to be as open and honest about this whole experience but maybe I need to be a little more raw! I really am doing ok…right this second. It amazes… Continue reading How am I REALLY doing?
“…There would be Stephanie who waited to marry until she met a man with deep spiritual roots, a tender approach, and a solid character. The decision to wait for this man, proved crucial in helping Stephanie survive the cancer she’d battle in her late twenties. Now, she was a survivor with a strong marriage and… Continue reading Yes.