Five years ago today I walked out of the Markey Cancer Center after my final radiation treatment. It was strangely bittersweet. I was certainly glad to be at the end of that journey and to get on with the business of healing, especially given the state my mouth was in at the time. I could see a light at the end of that cancer tunnel and that was encouraging. But there was another side of that coin.
Every day for six weeks I had been going through this routine and I had grown accustomed to it. I had subjected myself to [……]Continue reading →
Nope. I'm not dead. Not yet, anyway. When I posted my last entry back in January, I decided to just chill and take a break for a while so I could focus on some aspects of my life that I've been neglecting. This was intentional and in accordance with the discipline that I wrote about in that post. I needed to spend some time examining my life, my motivations, my desires for the future, and, more importantly, how all of those (and more) align with God's will.
It's amazing, though, how easily days turn into weeks which turn into months until [……]Continue reading →