I’m a 30 year old wife, mama to two precious loves, first grade teacher, and believer.

In the midst of our crazy, chaotic life, we were thrown a curve ball in November 2016 when I was diagnosed with Diffuse Large B-cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Yuck.

Several weeks ago, when things took a crazy turn, my father in law mentioned that I should keep a journal throughout this whole experience. I constantly find myself reliving the details of our situation. Rather than going back and forth, replaying the conversations with doctors, etc., I figured it would be best for me to write out my thoughts, questions, fears, and feelings during my “journey” with cancer. So, here we are…

This is simply a place for me to write my thoughts, fears, and memories during this significant time in my life. I’m not necessarily writing for anyone in particular to read, but merely so I can look back and see how God was at work but also to remember what an incredible army I had along side me through it all.

Many people has asked how they can help. Please just pray…send positive thoughts…whatever it is you do, do that.

Questions? Just ask.




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  1. What a wonderful blog! It hits home all too well. My 20 year old son had the very same type of lymphoma. We went through a lot of the same feelings as you did. It’s so funny, during that time, my husband and I both binge watched Parenthood because sleep didn’t come to us very easily.
    I was also an elementary school teacher, but decided to resign to take care of my son.
    Noah, my son has been lymphoma free for almost a year!!!! He did develop a very rare blood cancer that is related to lymphoma, but Praise Jesus, he finished his last round of chemo last Friday. We get scans March 6 to make sure his lungs and brain is 100% clear! After three months of chemo, it was looking great, so we are expecting great results!
    I will pray for you and your family! God is so good!

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