Honesty was what I promised. The last few days I have been super tired, unable to do almost anything. I am still positive and have the faith, but it is tough going. Some days I wonder how I will make it through the day but with divine help I seem to make it. I just try to work my way through it by writing this blog. At times I’m almost to the point of despair, but then I think of all the love being sent my way and I’m reminded how lucky I am to be here another day that I can share with my boys and my wife. Like always, it’s easy to get absorbed in our own lives. My divine sparks are still there pulling for me and praying for me. That’s a huge comfort. I still have no pain at all, which is a miracle, and from all indications the cancer has not spread or grown. I envision the tumor shrinking and tearing away. Even though I feel miserable I know that recovery will come. Through our collective spirit I know we can change our world and situation. Thank you all for being there for me, for your faith and prayers. I truly love all of you.


How I feel today…



6 thoughts on “Reality

  1. Hang in there Brian, you’ve got this. I do know you are a strong person, and have a great support team. Pray for you each day.

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