Monday, May 17, 2010

IS ERAM MEUS FILIUS

I am at war with the greatest scourge known to man. Cancer doesn't compromise it doesn't bargain.Every day I witness its wake. What started as a walk has become a war. Make no mistake about me I will not stop I will not rest. I accept nothing less in myself & others. I pray to god daily I have the strength for the mission he has blessed me with. I thank him for my savage ravaged heart and I pray he makes me a worthy enemy.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm proud of you and the Fuzzybutts. I can't wait to received my Tshirt and other goodies to continue to show my support. My boy (AKC lab) is a 5 year cancer survivor and I want to do whatever I can to support canine cancer research.

God Bless You!!
Brens
The Beautiful Oregon Coast

Christina said...

"This was my Son" very beautiful...you make Malcolm proud as he watches over you.

LiveWorkDream said...

Beautiful tribute.

Jeanette Levellie said...

God is against cancer, too. I'm proud of you for fighting with His sword in your hand!

SUZY ROBERTSON said...

YOU ARE AN AMAZING SPIRIT, AND i'M DEEPLY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. THERE ARE NO WORDS TO EASE THAT KIND OF PAIN AS OUR PETS ARE OUR FAMILY WE LOST OUR BELOVED LAB IN OCT AND THERE IS A FORVER WHOLE IN OUR HEARTS THERE THE MOST FORGIVING ,LOYAL,INNOCENT KIND OF SOULS ONLY GIVIN TO US FOR SUCH A SHORT TIME. AND TO OWN ONE IS AN HONOR AND A PRIVILAGE i'M HAPPY TO SAY THAT SANDY OUR LAB GAVE US A SIGN THAT IT WAS TIME TO LET GO AND TO GO ON AND GET ANOTHER DOG SO WE RECUED RILEY FROM BEING UTHANIIZED IN GALVESTON TEXAS (WE ARE FROM RI) ON MAY 3RD HE WILL COME TO HIS FINAL RESTING HOME MAY 29TH AND WERE READY FOR ALL HE HAS TO SHOW US AND AL THE UNCONDIONAL ,LOYAL LOVE HE HAS FOR US AND WE HAVE FOR HIM. WONDER WHAT KIND OF PERSONALITY HE'LL HAVE? BLESS YOU ON THIS INCREADIBLE JOURNEY WHAT A WAY TO HONOR YOUR DOGS. PEAE TOY AND THE PUPS. wE APPRECIATE WHAT YOUR DOING FOR ALL PET OWNERS SO THAN YOU,
SUZY ROBERTSON

nothoney said...

Last November I lost the love of my life, Mina, to canine lymphoma. She fought hard through 20 weeks of chemotherapy, had about two weeks free of cancer, then it came back with a vengeance. She died almost nine weeks after her last chemo treatment, on November 9. She was just 13 years old. Thanks for doing all of this, the walk and everything, because everyone should know that we are all animals and we are all equals on this planet. Canines deserve better than suffering through toxic treatments only to die when they can't bear to leave us.

Ted Rheingold said...

You're almost there! Thinking of you!