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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The choices are hard... Should cancer patients continue their treatments during the current COVID-19 pandemic? It is a topic that is just emerging as the virus commands everyone's attention. Join us as we research the options...
Choosing Peace over Fear and Wisdom over Panic in these uncertain times...
Happy 60th Anniversary Mom and Dad!
Live Life Well!
The Fight Continues...
You are loved!
Sometimes it takes a children's song to speak truth!
Introducing the Nigella Sativa Seed... new studies are showing promise! Come read what the researchers are up to in the pancreatic cancer treatment field...
Walking into a New Year... sometimes we just need to look at the next day, or even simply the next step. May it be a step of hope, of peace, of purpose...
Today is the day to download a FREE Kindle copy of our book, Finding Grace in the Shadow Valley! Just a bit of happy news to share this first Sunday of the New Year!
Welcoming 2020 with a Heart full of Hope
Giving myself permission to feel the grief and the joy of this Holy season... May you find Blessing in the goodness of God wherever you are this Christmas Eve night.
The healing work of tears, of family, of hope along the grieving road... Missing dad like crazy and finding unexpected blessings in the legacy he left.
Thanksgiving without dad came just too fast. While we were in the midst of planning his memorial service, Thanksgiving dawned grey and cold... but family gathered, smiles and hugs warmed hearts and this day became a gift from God's faithful Hand.
Sometimes the words just won't come. We lost Dad a week ago and still can't find ways to express the grief and ache... losing ourselves in the pictures of a life well lived and an abundant and blessed love...
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