Cindy Lou

Journal to share my thoughts and daily events with friends and family
in my journey through Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (AML).

Thursday, April 24, 2008

News from the Roth's

I have been feeling great and I have been working a LOT, which means I have not had much time to let all of you know what is going on in my world. Unfortunately, Kyle's aunt Marilyn passed away early this month and it was a very sad time for our family. She was very involved in all of our lives and she will be missed tremendously. It makes us all more aware of our own mortality and that we should savor each and every day, for only the Lord knows our final hour. We continue to live by this philosophy since my diagnosis and I pray I have many more years, but in the meantime I enjoy each and every day. On a lighter note, we have leased our old house on Central Ave to a family who has wanted it since last year. They have leased with the option to buy. It will make it much easier on us without the double utilities and extra house payment. They are very excited to move in and it makes me feel good to see a family there that will appreciate our lovely home. Of course, It is bittersweet, since I love that house and have so many memories there. But it will make it much easier on us, as it has been a serious financial worry for us. Kyle and Marcie are doing well and we are all anxious to get outside in our new home and plant some grass and flowers. Everything is so fresh and new! I have my next appt at Cleveland Clinic on May 19 and will let you know how it goes. I was reading my journal today from my bone marrow transplant and it is amazing some of the things I don't remember. I guess I must have hidden those things deep in my subconscious. I am so very fortunate to have all of you who supported me all the way Thank you again!


  • At 12:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    So glad you got a BITE on your house. We have been praying for that every night. Now you will be able to sleep a little easier. Hope they take good care of it.


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