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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

In Gods Hands...

Life is difficult but sweet…

I want to imagine what heaven is like, does it have all the wonderful things we have here like the smell of rainfall and the colors of the rainbows after a storm?

The bible says that in heaven there is no marriage; I always had the question on the back of my mind if my mother was married to her lost husband before my father then when she passes who would she be with, but in heaven that is not an issue, we all become angels of the lord and marriage is not an issue.

Like it says in Matthew 22:28: In the resurrection, therefore, of the seven, whose wife will she be? For they all had her.” Matthew 22:29: But Jesus answered them, "You are wrong, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God. Matthew 22:30: For in the resurrection they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels in heaven.

I have gotten closer to the words of our lord; when ever I start to worry about my illness, bills, etc. I read my bible and my worries get dimmer to the back of my mind. I don’t know what tomorrow will bring, but I do not worry anymore because I know God is always watching over me and I accept whatever his will might be. I know that we are not mortal and that only our soul is eternal, all I ask is that my son be taken care of in the event I can not do it myself. That is all I ask for. I am in Gods hands.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Feeling worse latley...

So last week I had took my nuclear med on 3/8 had nuclear scan on 3/10 and had ultrasound on 3/11. I have been feeling more like crap lately; I have severe body aches and severe headaches. I wake up in the middle of the night with pain! This morning I called to Dr. Galagan’s office to see if they can check if the results have come in; at this point I am desperate because I feel awful… This morning I was going to call into work but I have no PTO and I really really need my hours, and I also realized that two other girls were going to be out today, so I decided to pucker up, get my achy body up, and come in to work.

After I have a little breakfast I am planning on taking some pain meds maybe that will help me get through the day. I faxed Dr. Galagan’s office short term disability paperwork last week so if I need to be off for pain or treatment I can get paid but he has not faxed the paperwork back to me :(. My face looks awful I am getting spots and pimples; I guess it could be from stress but my face has never been like this before!
I have been on the low iodine diet for 2 weeks now; I hate it, but what else can I do. I just want the pain to go away, I truly feel awful, the headaches are unpredictable and so painful. I have on right now, I so want to go home! I thank all of you who are praying for me and also for all of your support. Have a great week and God bless you…

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Prayer for healing from dedicated to me from Elaine / Thank you :)

No matter what your need for healing is, God is more than able to heal you. In

fact, He wants to heal you! He can and does heal people every day, and we at
CBN are continually blessed by the many testimonies of God's healing power
working in the lives of thousands of people.

"But for you who revere my name, the Sun of Righteousness will rise with
healing in his wings. And you will go out and leap like calves released from
the stall" (Malachi 4:2). Let God's Word be both a comfort and an encouragement

to you, knowing that it is His will for all His children to be healthy, happy,
and full of life.

God means exactly what He says, and His Word is the absolute, uncompromising truth. In Psalm 107:20 God tells us that "He sent forth His Word and healed them" (Hebrews 4:12). His Word is eternal, powerful, and full of life.

Read your Bible daily and spend time praying. Praying does not necessarily
mean that you will do all of the talking. Keep a notebook with you and after
you have read some scriptures and prayed, simply listen. You may feel that God impresses you with something that is personal to you. You may feel that a scripture is a specific answer to questions you've had or that it has a
different message than you've noticed before. Write down those impressions.
You will find them to be a great encouragement in the future.

Let your heart and mind rest in the Lord as you pray, for in His presence there
is great peace. This divine peace is a very special gift, one that only He can
give you. Jesus said, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not
give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not
be afraid" (John 14:27).

As you envision the loving face of Jesus, remember the words of wisdom found in Isaiah 26:3-4: "You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast,
because he trusts in You. Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord is the Rock
eternal." Allow your soul to bathe in the everflowing peace of Christ, the only
peace that is truly beyond all human understanding.


Ron Hall
Denver Moore
Lynn Vincent

$14.95 (Amazon price)

Paperback: 237 pages

Publisher: Thomas Nelson (2006)

Language: English

ISBN: 0849900417

I received a free copy from “BookSneeze” This book is about a man named Denver who is raised under a slavery plantation in Louisiana in 1960’s; he escapes onto a train. He remains homeless for about eight years in Dallas, Texas. He is no longer a slave; he felt hopeless until he finds faith in God; he meets a faithful woman who discovers she has cancer. Facing death she calls to her husband to rescue Denver. Denver will be lost, but will be saved as well. Only reading the book you can find out the outcome of these three. This book has a very emotional story to tell dealing with pain, love, hardships, and the faith it brings in heaven. It’s an awesome story to read.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Last Will and Testament Notarized...

I decided I have to be prepared for whatever comes next, so yesterday I finally got the courage to go and have my Last Will and Testament notarized. I have faith that everything will be fine, but just in case God decides that his will is for me to leave this earth, I can leave in peace knowing that my son’s life is in good hands and that his wellbeing is good taken care of; my son is all I care about right now.

After I had the documents notarized I went straight to my mother-in-law’s house, Lupe Nevarez; she is my son’s grandmother on his father’s side of the family. Lupe seemed disturbed of the idea and so did the entire family, but this is something that needed to be done. I have no idea what will happen. Only God knows what he holds for each and everyone of us, and I just want to be a responsible parent and be able to sleep at night knowing that my son will be taken care.

The family got upset that I am already thinking of a Last Will and Testament, but the way I see it, life is too short and it can end at any minute; at work, on the street, or shopping for groceries. It may not necessarily be Cancer it can be anything at any given time and we need to be prepared to have the lives of the ones we love know what your wishes are if this cycle of life would happen at any given time. Lets face it we are only eternal after death not on earth; our life is just borrowed to us for a little while, until our day comes to say goodbye. I didn’t make a Last Will and Testament because I am giving up or thinking about death, I did it because I want to be prepared if it ever knocks at my door. Faith is one thing I will never give up! Never! I will fight all the way to the end for my son Alexandro…

Shutter Love Tuesdays | COOKIES

Biscochitos (Anise Seed Cookies) Recipe:

3 cups unbleached all-purpose flour

1 ½ teaspoons baking powder

1 to 1 ½ teaspoons ground anise

½ teaspoon salt

½ pound lard, softened

½ cup plus

1 tablespoon granulated sugar

1 large egg

2 tablespoons rum, bourbon, or sweet white wine

Topping ¼ cup granulated sugar

¾ teaspoon ground cinnamon

1. Sift together the flour, baking powder, anise, and salt.

2. Beat the lard in a electric mixer, gradually adding the sugar, and cream until extremely fluffy and light, about 8 minutes.

3. Add the egg, followed by the wine, and continue beating.

4. Mix in the dry ingredients, adding about one-third of the mixture at a time. Stop the mixture as you make each addition, and beat no longer than necessary to incorporate the dry ingredients. A stiff pie-crust type of dough is what you’re seeking. 5. Chill the dough for about 15 minutes for easy handling.

6. Dorothy uses a cookie press to form her biscochitos, choosing a fleur de lis design. The results are beautiful. If you don’t own a cookie press, the dough can be rolled out ¼-inch thick on a floured work surface and cut with a small cookie cutter. Avoid handling the dough anymore than necessary. Transfer the cookies to ungreased cookie sheets.

7. Preheat the oven to 350º F, when ready bake the cookies for 10 to 12 minutes, until just set and pale golden. While the cookies bake, stir together the topping ingredients.

8. When the cookies are done, cool for just a minute or two on the baking sheets, then gently dunk the top of each in the cinnamon-sugar topping.

9. Transfer to absorbent paper to finish cooling. Biscochitos, tightly covered, will keep for at least a week.

Yield: 5 dozen Baking Time: 10-12 minutes

Temperature: 350°F, they freeze well for up to a month

Monday, March 7, 2011

What Cancer Can not Do

My friend and co-worker dedicated this poem for me and I just thought I would share with others who are going through the same situation as myself.

What Cancer Can not Do

It cannot cripple Love

It cannot shatter Hope

It cannot corrode Faith

It cannot destroy Peace

It cannot kill Friendship

It cannot suppress Memories

It cannot silence Courage

It cannot invade the Soul

It cannot steal Eternal Life

It cannot conquer the Spirit.

-Author Unknown

Te extraño, te extraño, te amo

Te extraño, te extraño, te amo y quisiera estar a tu lado pero se que necesito seguir aqui en la tierra para cuidar de nuestro hijo.  Por favor habla con nuestro senor y los angeles y diles que me curen de este cancer para seguir cuidando de nuestro hijo.  Daria todo por estar a tu lado pero nuestro hijo esta aun muy pequeno para que los dos lo dejemos solo.  Dios mio por favor ayudame.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Cancer has seeped into my life again...

I went to the doctor on 3/2; I decieded to go to lunch early to give me time to arrive to the appointment on time. I was informed my Cancer has returned! With the news I got it was obvious I would not be returning back to work. I was and still am devastated, I called my boss and asked for permission to go home. I got home and cried for hours, took a xanix to calm down; it helped because I slept all day. I slept from 11:30am-8:00pm when American idol was on. I then got up ate something and went back to sleep to come into work the next morning.

At work I could not concentrate I have so many things on my mind. My home just flooded a month ago and is still not even in the process of being fixed and now my health is at risk once more. I guess I can’t really do anything but do exactly what I am told to do by the doctors and wish and strive for me to be able to fight this once more like I did before.

I am very disappointed, but there is nothing I can do to change it. All I can do is pray and hope for the best. My little Alex doesn’t know yet, I am going to keep it on the low until the time of surgery because I don’t want him to go down hill emotionally again; he is now doing so well coping with his father passing away. I am so scared to leave him alone. I am not afraid of death anymore, what I am afraid of is leaving my only son little and without a parent; he already lost his father in 2009 and I am so afraid of not being there for him. I ask for your prayers to help me fight this terrible illness. Thank you.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

A Letter from Pat Robertson to me... (Thank you)

There is healing in the very presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. Continue to pray and fellowship with Him, and let Him be your strength. Continue to ask Him for a revelation of the Father's will for your life. Continue to soak up the nourishment of the Scriptures, growing in your understanding of the Lord and of His love for you. As you praise Jesus, focus on Who He is and all that He is to you. Hold on to Him and He will abide with you, keep you in perfect peace, and

bring healing to your entire being. We are so glad to learn that you have rededicated your life to the Lord. You can be certain that God is delighted with your decision because His love for you is unwavering and enduring. He is our deeply caring Heavenly Father. If we stray from Him in small ways or large, He joyfully welcomes us back to Him.

You can see the depth of God's love for you in that He lovingly called for you to return to Him. Jesus once told a parable about the shepherd who went out searching for one of his sheep that had gone astray (Luke 15:3-7). Another time Jesus said, "Look! I am standing at the door and knocking. If anyone listens to my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he will eat with me" (Rev. 3:20, ISV).  Also, you can rest in the assurance of God's forgiveness for you.

Whatever you may have done wrong, He will forgive you when you confess it to Him. You can hold to the promise that if "we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness" (1 John 1:9, ESV). Don't let yourself continue to feel guilty over something He has already forgiven. Instead, receive the peace and healing He has for your heart.

Now that you have come back to the Lord, be sure to do all you can to strengthen your walk with Him. As you know, prayer is not only beneficial to your spiritual health, it is essential to it. A sample prayer that may be good at this time is what King David prayed after he had sinned: "Create in me a clean heart, O God. Renew a right spirit within me" (Psalm 51:10, NLT).

Devote some time especially for prayer every day. Start by worshipping the Lord. Then let Him speak to your heart and reveal to you any unconfessed sins. Listen for His wisdom and guidance for your life. Ask the Lord for whatever needs you may have.

Also, spend time reading the Bible daily. Let the Spirit of God speak to you through His Word. Think about how it applies to your life. God's promises will encourage you and the teachings of our Lord will guide you. A good place to start reading is Luke chapter fifteen, which has the inspiring parables of the lost sheep, lost coin, and the prodigal son.

It is also important for you to gather together frequently with other
Christians. When you meet with other believers, they can encourage you and support you. You will also be able to encourage them by sharing how God brought you back to Him! There will also be opportunities for you to exercise the gifts God has given you to bless others.

Find a place to be with other Christians who are loving, accepting, and
challenging-people who will help you grow. Make sure that the group believes the Bible is God's Word. Ask God to lead you to the right place. You could attend services in a regular church building or in a house church. Make sure, though, that you develop personal relationships with others, such as in a home group or a Bible study.

Yours in Christ,
Pat Robertson

Psalm 27:1

"The Lord is my light and my salvation – whom shall I fear?The Lord is the stronghold of my life – of whom shall I be afraid?"Psalm 27:1

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