Sunday, March 3, 2013

For the love of her brother...

Our daughter, Robyn, donated her hair to locks of love.  The love between these two siblings is a joy to see!  We try really hard to focus on the GOOD in life.  Going through this leukemia journey has opened up our eyes even more to focusing on things that really matter.  Relationships really matter!!
Wesley and Robyn are only 22 months apart and are as opposite as night and day, but sometimes opposites make for the most interesting friendships.  I am thankful for the genuine love they have for each other.  Cancer is hard, but God is GOOD!


Have a BLESSED day,
BE a BLESSING!
 Heather

6 comments:

My Maine Blog said...

What a beautiful, loving family you have and how wonderful that your son has all of your love around him as he fights this awful disease. I also have Leukemia but I am in my senior years. To have family around is such a blessing. I will surely keep him in my prayers.

LaughingLady said...

They both look so grown up already! I know we've been at this blogging thing for a while, but it's still startling sometimes to think how much our kids have changed over just a few years!!!

Your family is truly an incredible testimony to an awesome-in-the-fullest-sense-of-the-word God. I pray for you often.

Donna said...

Praying for you and for Wes!
What a wonderful smile he has!

Let me know if you need any help with learning guitar while at Ron McD's house! :) May God bless every day of your stay there.

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Redhawke said...

Just a shout out to your daughter Robyn for donating her beautiful hair to locks of love. I to donated my hair to them once I finally got it long enough. I did this to remember my father in-law who we lost to meso. May the healing hand of our father reach out to your son and bless your entire family.

Sourin Bhattacharya said...

What a lovely family! Kudos to your daughter for donating her beautiful hair for a cause. You son is very brave for he is battling this disease. I pray to the almighty Lord that he may bless your family.