I have been thinking to write
you since I completely(?) moved out of the parsonage in Colebrook a couple
of weeks ago. I was not able to be there, but I give my deep thanks
to the Trinity church and Rev. Phil Polhemus for allowing me to leave my stuff
in the parsonage for several months and helping Vicki and Jo for the moving.
I also give my special thanks
to you all for being with me with your prayers and supports in my difficult
time of cancer. I do not know how long time I have on earth and
when I can see you again, but I am always thankful to God for my last ministry
with you in my favorite place in NH.
I am doing OK -- still weak
and easily get tired, but I can manage my daily routines by myself.
My doctor is concerned now
that no more progress has been shown for the last couple of months.
The chemo medication I am taking is new and very good medication (and
very expensive😉. Without the medical insurance, I would not be able to get
it). The medication had been working well, especially for the tumor in my
brain, but this medication does not seem to work properly for my lungs.
My doctor and I have been waiting for the fluid in my lungs being reduced
but the fluid has shown more and more rather than being reduced.
I am going to have another
cat scan X-ray and MRI at the end of this month, and they will show me about my
I have many limitations
physically now, but, spiritually and mentally, I am in peace. Whatever
comes to me, I can accept, and I am thankful to God.
Some of you still send me
cards with your caring notes. Thank you!! I hope you to know how I
was encouraged whenever I received them. Please know that you, too, are
in my prayers and thoughts. Let us see each other in prayers.