a peek at me.
My life was divided into sections. BC and AD took on new meaning; before cancer and after diagnosis. There were many divides and sections before and a few after, but this by far is the greatest. This is the Tsunami that rained through my life. In the midst of the storm I found God's presences as He has always been in my life. I found more grace and love than I'm deserving of. I found hope.
This is what I wrote on a web page that I created shortly after my treatments for cancer were over. I haven't been to that website in a long time, and I had actually forgotten what I wrote. I look at it now and I'm surprised by it. I saw that so much more clearly then than I do now. Some things should not be forgotten. I should not forget the close presence of God, the grace, the love and the hope that I was experiencing then. I look back now and I remember the sickness, the struggle to cope, but I rarely think about the good that came with my illness. I wish the blog posts that I wrote through my illness hadn't become the victim of a hacker. I wish that I could go back now and read them.