God is good!

I would love to say that this whole thing has just been a blur, but the truth is that I have been painfully aware of each passing minute since this started. It’s only been two and a half weeks since my first doctors appointment, but it truthfully feels like it’s been months. All this to say, God has been working in huge and amazing ways in this already. At my first doctors appointment, he told me it would probably be three weeks before I could get in to see the specialist, and here I am two and a half weeks later after two specialists visits, a cat scan, and biopsies and with my first oncologist appointment 8 days away. There are so many other things happening that I could list too, but I will just leave it at: God is good!!! I am choosing to trust Him (yes, it’s a choice), I am choosing positivity, I am choosing life! Melanoma, once it spreads, is one of deadliest cancers, but we will get into that another day. Just know not to blow it off, because what we are going through could literally be any one of us. And no, I don’t blame God for this, but we will get into that another day too. For now, I gots to sleep 🙂


7 thoughts on “God is good!

  1. You have such a great attitude and are such a great influence on so many! God is definately going to use you in many ways through this difficult time! But more than that, God, your Abba Father- Daddy, is going to be with you throughout each day ahead whatever they may hold! He loves you, he made you and nothing can come into your life without his permission. He has a purpose for everything! It is not about us, but all about Him! I missed your annointing yesterday morning. Some of the teens and I came up from SS, but got there too late. 😦 But I do want you to know that I will be praying for you everyday! I love you!

  2. Kimmy – yes, I know you prefer Kim, but in my heart you will always be Kimmy – we love you very much and are praying for you, Eric and the whole family…thank you for sharing your thoughts and faith through this blog. It will not only help you to share, but all of those who are praying for you and walking through this with you. Hugs and kisses, Aunt Cheryl

  3. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God is still the healing business and we have seen healing miracles many, many times. Many blessings to you.

    ~~Basil and Grace Ballard

  4. Praying for you Kim as God leads you on this journey. We are good friends of Charlie & Brenda, also Gregg & Krista.

  5. Kim our daughter has had two melanomas. Each one shortly after giving birth to two of our beautiful grandchildren. She is doing well. God is so faithful. I know it is scarey but he will pull you through. I will be keeping you in my prayers.
    Grace Edwards

  6. You are a brave woman, and this battle will be a challenging one. I cannot wait to hear about your recovery and how you have overcome this “little c” that life has given you.

  7. Just a note to let you know you are in my prayers daily. Keep having a positive attitude and looking to the Lord to see you through this time in your life. He never fails. I know what you mean when people minimize the type of cancer you are diagnosed with. I heard that one w/thyroid. My feeling is any cancer is hard to go thru. I also know that whenever I hear of someone else being diagnosed with it…I relive all I’ve been through, but mostly what God has taught me through it all.

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