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So it has been a rough past couple of weeks for everyone here. Talking to my mother tonight, I had failed to realize she has been inKentuckyfor over two weeks now. She is an amazing mother, and she really got me through this week. In fact, today was the best day of chemo. First of all, it was because it was the last one for this set. So I am excited about that. So I get to have the weekend off, at least until my booster on Tuesday. However, my mom did me one better. My mom has been trying to transfer me toIndianaall week. Today, her prayers have been answered. I got my move confirmed. The VA hospital inIndianapolisis set and ready to take me on, all scheduled times. The VA also sweetened the deal and got me a doctor who works for IU. So I am truly grateful.

As my days roll on, my dad calls me everyday. I look forward to his calls everyday and we can time them perfectly now. Right before I start chemo we talk, or right after I start. It’s like father son science. We figured it out, and the love and prayers he shares with me is the drive that my heart needs. I told home the other day that I could not have asked for a better father. In my time of need, you were there and for that I will always be grateful. Thank you both dad and Lisa, for the love and support you have given me. Those mountains will look amazing when I get to them.

So now I pack. The big move toIndianais upon us.  It is now time to bear down, gather strength, and prepare for a long weekend. I believe that the muscles in my legs can use the walking and bending in the attempt to gather my belongings. That is one thing I noticed about chemo is you get a little stiff. Walking around the hospital and taking trips outside really help out. The fresh “city” air isn’t all that bad. So all I can say now is, the move is set. Lets do it.




  1. Whoop! Whoop!! Whoop!!! One week down!! Hurray!!! Loooooved the scripture!! Your blog brings tears to my eyes!! You are amazing and we love you sooooo much!!! Keep up the good fight and stay strong!! Remember – you’re my hero!! Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers!!

  2. Yay for Mama Bear! I am so happy it is working out! It has been a pleasure and a blessing to have met you. Congrats on making it successfully through the first leg of the journey!

    • Sorry it took me so long to reply back. The last three day have been a little rough. I am in good spirits at the moment though. Getting ready for the big move still. I’ll keep you posted on how the care works up there.

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