It's been quite a while since I've blogged - there is such a large gap in our family without Cash that some days it still doesn't seem real. We learned quickly after Cash was diagnosed to take it one day at a time and that still holds very true. We are often asked how we are doing and my answer is always the same, God is continuing to keep us close to Him and give us the strength we need.
The past few months have brought so many changes - moving, new job, Cash's homegoing - there is a lot to adjust to. That being said, we are thankful to God for taking Cash's diagnosis to bring us up to Lynden, the love and support we feel has been amazing. Cash changed our lives in a big way...:-)
Wendi pulled out her camera this past weekend and took a few pictures of the boys - it's the first 'photoshoot' without Cash and it's fitting that Jack Jr is so serious. Cash loved it when I played the guitar and I hope that Jack will pick up Cash's love of the guitar. I think if he could play he'd play a great blues song...
We continue to receive cards, letters, and uplifting comments - Wendi and I are thankful for texts that I get nearly every day - just short check-ins to see how we are doing and scripture to remind us that God loves us. God does love us and while we miss Cash we know he's cancer-free and in the arms of Jesus and that is a beautiful and wonderful gift.