The Pancreatic Cancer Journey Blog is our mini-journal about living with pancreatic cancer. It's honest, it's funny, it's heart-wrenching and it's real. Our life. Our Journey. With Pancreatic Cancer. Maybe you'll see something here to inspire you. We sure hope so. You will also find up-to-date postings and news on the pancreatic cancer fight.
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Memorial Day... a time to remember those who sacrificed for our freedom. A personal day of loss our family walks daily... The honoring and remembering of a young soldier who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
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Beautiful Spring Walk turned sinister upon this discovery... all is well for this tiny tree frog, never fear!
I Had the whipple Surgery in 2011 if i didnt have that my doctor told me i will live 2yr im glad i had it.i think the doctor and god for keeping me here,
For when Mother's Day is hard...
Can't stay inside when soft breezes and beauty beckons... join us for a walk on the wild and graceful side.
Granting ourselves permission to see the beauty even while hearts are breaking...
Sometimes a song just says it best...Letting Josh Wilson encourage our hearts today!Don't underestimate the God you follow... Whatever you do, just don't lose heart,Somebody needs the light you have...Keep Pushing Back the Dark!
And the Darkness gave way to the Light of Love...
At times during our pancreatic cancer journey, the darkness of our shadow valley just overwhelmed... I am finding that God often does His most miraculous work in the dark places of our lives...
Majestic old Cedar... torn by the storms. Lessons of Grace and Strength...
I wanted to let everyone know that my friend, Kate, diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer with liver mets, continues, almost three years later, to show
My wife was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer on February 12, 2015. Your website has helped me, her husband, to understand what is happening and
2 inches of snow and North Texas is down for the count...
Join us for a glimpse of homesteading in the country... Our water well team struck pay dirt this past week! Clean, cold water!
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