My Second Chance
I realized today that I never updated my blog with the final results of my battle with cancer. When I walked out of the cancer center on June 11, 2020 my prayer was simple. Let this be the last time I come here as a cancer patient. I plan to go back to visit and to pray with people that battle cancer, once the COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.
Big Man Down
It has been almost two weeks since I last posted an article thanks to neuropathy. It has been one of the toughest side effects to deal with during this journey. It didn't really hit until after my 10th treatment, but when it hit, it hit hard. It looks like it can last up to a year if it is not permanent.
I am not sure why the nurse has been asking me before the last two treatments if we needed to postpone due to the Neuropathy, but yesterday I decided to quote one of the greatest boxers of all time, Apollo Creed. I said, "Ring The Bell. Ding...Ding..." She agreed to process the paperwork to begin my final treatment. My friend SB was sitting beside me nervous about her treatment being canceled due to low numbers and the fact everytime she takes a trip to Auburn they end up canceling her treatments.
I am sitting here the night before Round 12 with many thoughts racing through my mind. It's amazing how Satan knows where to attack us in our weakest moments. Some of these are the same tired tactics he has used since he was removed from the presence of all things holy. My mind is bouncing from things like the following:
Yesterday I started my 11th cancer treatment and what a day it turned out to be. Everyone was there because of the holiday all the Monday patients as well as the Tuesday patients. I looked for my old friend from when I was on Mondays, but I didn't see the Perry's. Hopefully that was a good sign. SB was there, Vicky and I met some more really nice people.
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