If I could describe the perfect week-end, it would have been the last one. My daughter, Stacey, determined that everyone in the family would join me in the Race for the Cure (along with 40,000 others). As a surprise to me, she provided everyone with a T-shirt that said, “Cisa’s Cheerleaders”. On the back was everyone’s name. What a great celebration to the end of chemo/surgery/and radiation!
It was a beautiful, crisp and clear October morning. My best friends, Betty, a 20 year survivor, and Emma, joined us. It just can’t get better than this!
After the race, we all enjoyed a delicious brunch and had our group picture taken.
Saturday afternoon, we took a trip to the Fletcher pumpkin patch.
On Sunday, everyone joined us for church. My son-in-law, Chris, joined the Praise Team with his anointed trumpet. I was privileged to give my testimony to God’s healing power.
Sunday afternoon was another trip to the pumpkin patch.
This week-end was as close to heaven as I will get here on earth. Having my family around me was just pure joy!