Well….cuss words

My heart has a cold fist around it.

I’m beside myself with frozen emotion.

Our nephew, precious young man, engaged to be married, his wedding to his lovely Heather is in December…he has been diagnosed with a soft tissue sarcoma. I met him when he was 4 years old, the cutest little boy. I fell in love with him immediately. He’s been part of my family’s holidays ever since. I’ve not had a Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, 4th of July, Birthdays, Baseball game…Game of Thrones episode without him.

The mass is in his chest wall, wrapped against a rib and pressed against his liver, about the size of a small dinner plate. He’s 32, and in for a fight.

He and Heather are currently in a strategy session with MD Anderson to investigate this mass further, and determine how to fight. It wont’ be without surgery, radiation et al.

If I could get ahold of that devil, and stomp on his head with my 7 1/2 foot, I’d put a hurt on him like he’s never known. Big Cuss Words!

Colin has an Aunt Wendy who’s praying for him. We are coming together as a family to support our precious young man. Please pray for him, he’s like one of my own boys.

12 thoughts on “Well….cuss words

  1. I absolutely can not press the “Like” button. It’s just so wrong! Cancer is such an evil. I am so sorry for Colin, Heather, and the whole family. I am praying for all of you as you gather round to support him, and for wisdom for the doctors. May God heal Colin!

    • He’s like my own boy. He’s been a part of me for so long, I’m just sooooo MAD!
      All the scripture in my is pouring out in prayer, I’ve reached out to all of my prayer groups.
      I’m not letting this boy go. I won’t. I’m fighting.

  2. Oh Wendy, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Fuck, I hate cancer, sorry but it’s affected my family too. Sending you love and praying for miracles my friend. 🙏 xx

  3. Wendy, I checked in today after being absent for so long. Your words chilled me – yet gave me hope, too. Prayers, family, faith, and very wise medical teams will see you all through. Hugs, love, positive thoughts, and prayers for all of you!!

  4. The unfairness and emotional pain are searing. May your nephew be the extraordinary story of pulling through the treatment ahead, then living a long, healthy life with his beautiful bride. God bless every one of you touched by this.

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