Don’t Be Afraid to Ask

6 thoughts on “Don’t Be Afraid to Ask”

  1. Thank you for sharing. Situations like this do make people uncomfortable and they don’t know how to respond. It was eye opening for me to hear you say if you just say thank you it’s ok. I’m more of an extrovert and overly sensitive, so I always worry when people give short responses. It’s amazing how God uses all of us and gives us different strengths and weaknesses. I’m so glad you’re using this situation in a positive way through your blog. Prayers for healing, peace, and blessings for your family.

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  2. hard. love and prayers from me. remembering our journey thru cancer… my husband had testicular cancer at 26. we now have 2 daughters, gifts. praying you and your family know the goodness of God like we did those years and now.


  3. I continue to pray for you Kim, and your family! Although I do not know if we have met face to face…maybe, at a Compliance meeting, in the past?…I feel like I am getting to know you through your story and your pictures. I know you have a strong faith from your writings. Thanks for sharing your journey.
    Psalm 34:8 Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him.


  4. Kim, Check with Indiana University on a camp for kids whose parents are battling cancer. It is a fun camp run by university students that gives kids a break from the serious day to day of the cancer slog. Keep fighting, I am a breast cancer survivor who spent 12 years at the University of Notre Dame for grad school and work.


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