I am so glad that I have had the pleasure of getting to know a little about you. I pray to God that he lets us keep you around for ever! Or, well, you know what I mean! I cried when I read the story of your mother’s box. Infact, I’m doing it now. I have recently learned how very, very important it is to let people know every single day, every single moment if necessary, how much they mean to us and how much we love them, because life has a way of changing so fast. God is with you, how could he not be when you are such a truly beautiful human being, truly genuine. And with us all praying for you he will not get a break! I’m glad Tom brought up the Kinikinik. I am lucky in that it grows wild all over this mountain and this entire area. It is dormant now for the winter, but will return in the spring. You are so pure of heart I can’t think of any reason why God would not keep his arms around you for us and your family. I will continue to pray for you. I hold you in my heart. Thank you for being such a great part of our family here. Love & Light, Lynella.
I am also glad your cyst turned out to be a cyst and not Fybroid Tumors. I can relate on that subject. My woomb and overies are inundated with them. I first had them diagnosed in 1986. I’m do to discuss a hysterectomy with my Doc. in Feb. Not looking foreward to it, but it’s not going to be my first surgery either and I just keep telling myself “It’s far from my heart so it ain’t gonna’ kill me.” I just wanted to tell you I can only imagine bits of what you’re going through. You have struggled greatly and I wish you’d never have had to. I love ya’ and am continually praying for you. I do it so much, God is probably ready to give me a piece of duct tape for my mouth! But then I’d just think extra loudly!:) Love and Light, Always & Forever my Brenda, sweet lady, Lynella.