Day 4 of Radiation

Day 4 – Our God is a wonderful God.  He will always show you a silver lining in every cloud.

My day started early, when the alarm went off at 4am so we could get to the Hampton Cove golf course by 6am to set up for the John Stallworth Foundation Golf tournament.  We had a great turn out for the tournament today and also for the pairing party last night.

Around 12:30pm, I went to Clearview for their annual Survivor’s Day Picnic.  If you want to see  God’s healing power, come to the Survivor’s day event.  There are so many people who have been effect by cancer.  It truly is a Celebration of Life.  It gave me a new sense of empowerment over this situation.

Arrived for the 3:15pm appointment a little early, so Twanda and I had a few minutes to talk with several people in the waiting area.  You can learn a lot from people in just a few minutes of conversation.   Those conversation made me realize that some of the thoughts and feeling that I have are not usual.   

4 down  – 11 to go!!!   No treatment over the weekend.  YEAH!!!



  1. Kim you are awesome!!! God is using you to inspire someone else that wants to give up! Thank God you are allowing God to use you in this moment of your life! I am praying healing for you and your strength is phenomenal. I love you and thank you for sharing your testimony.

  2. You are an embodiment of thinking of and doing for others and the power it has in all of us to move us outside our own struggles.

  3. You are a truly remarkable woman, full of God’s spirit! I know you are a fighter and such an inspiration and blessing to others. You are in my prayers!

  4. Thank you for sharing your journey, Kim. May God continue to bless you through others as you are inspiring them as well. Hope you enjoy your treatment free weekend.

  5. Kim, I am just getting this news. I think it is amazing but so like you to share this life event with others. I will be praying and looking for the information you share. If you have an occasion to want to sit out front at CCI, choose the bench honoring the memory of my daughter, Marcy Bullard Measels. I think it is a special bench that brings special peace and is surrounded by Gods love and support for all the patients and staff.
    Much love, many prayers, Beverly Boylan

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