Thursday, November 1, 2012


In two hours we head out to Indiana University Medical Center and Simon Cancer Center for John's biopsy.  Regardless of  Dr. Koch's 80% chance that John has prostate cancer, I am praying that it is not and he is in the twenty percentile. 

BUT, I rest in Jeremiah 29:11 that tells of God's plans for our lives.  "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD ".....Plans to give you hope and a future."  

Tomorrow starts our future in our new to us Tiffin Allegro Bus!  We will leave Indianapolis area and head to Kentucky to pick up our new home.  That is exciting John!  I love to see his eyes twinkle as he talks about it.  Again, we are thankful for God's blessing.  Sometimes I shake my head in disbelief that we found a motorhome that contained every item we put onto our "wish list" for a new home.  I know, I should not be surprised....I am astounded and extremely thankful.

Short post today, but will write more soon.  Thank you again for all your good wishes and prayers.

See you soon...


  1. Congratulations, Nan and John! Hoping for smooth sailing from here on out. I was in Kentucky a few weeks ago. There are some beautiful drives up there and down through Tennessee. :)

  2. Good wishes and hope ths this chapter of your story will soon be over.

  3. Prayers for John! No matter what the outcome is...With God All Things Are Possible!!

    You will love your Tiffin Allegro Bus. We loved our Phaeton. They just don't make them any better!

  4. Still sending prayers and hugs your way. We deal with whatever life throws at us with the love of God in our lives. Jim had his pre-op this morning. Waiting with you to hear whatever news the doctor tells us.

  5. 20% means a one in five chance he's fine. Sure hope that's the way it turns out! Exciting times picking up the new digs! :)

  6. I have really been away from blogging lately...just sort of lost interest, but today I read about John's new challenge. We too faced that a couple of years ago...Alan's biopsy came back negative. You are absolutely correct -- God is in control and with God all things are possible! Congrats on the new home. Sending prayers your way! God bless!

  7. As Sandie said, prayers and hugs for you both. Keep us posted. Safe travels to Kentucky!

  8. sending good thoughts for John's medical issues..and congrats on finding a new home on wheels! Safe travels to Kentucky!


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