Hi everyone. Yes, I'm still here. I've been busy trying to get an appointment with an oncologist for my brother. Never in all my visits to the doctor or the hospital did I ever have to pay for the records necessary for the specialist THEY sent me to for further examination. Is everyone happy with Obamacare? Cheaper, isn't it? NOT!
Then I had a problem with my yahoo email account. I was locked out for about two weeks, and I've had to go through over 1700 emails. Ugh. I'm down to 1100. If you are in this pile, do not worry. I will get to you. ;)
I just wanted to touch base, because some people are starting to worry. I did not mean for that to happen. What could I do? I started reading some of my favorite blogs which I have been too busy to read. That was very fun.
BTW, because of what happened with yahoo, I have rerouted my email to MSN. Please contact me over there. It is my old email address, and thank God for old addresses! At least I was able to go to some of my accounts and change my address with them. You would not believe what a hassle yahoo caused me.
Getting back to my brother. Please pray for him to not have cancer. The General Practitioners are not sure what is wrong with him, and they are sending him to see this one to rule it out. It is possible it is just an infection on his shoulder, his lung, and his abdomen.
A lot of places, yes? I know. That is what worries me, but God can do miracles. He does them everyday, and sometimes we never take the time to notice. Let me ask you a question or two. When is the last time, while walking to your next destination, you stopped what you were doing to smell the flowers? When is the last time you thanked God another day of life? When is the last time you thanked God you do not have to have any tubes coming out of your body?
These are things I do, but I am quite sure other people do things that I have not even thought about, so do not feel badly just because your experience has been different from mine. You are still quite as special to Him. I promise. Have a blessed day.
May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again.