Blog Archive: K Reynolds

The following blogs, if any, are all of the blogs published by K Reynolds @kreynolds

My father passed away when I was only 16 so for many years Father's Day was a somewhat painful day for me. So, since I can't thank him personally, I thought I'd tell all of the wonderful fathers here at thank you for... read more
489 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 14, 2008
I want to thank everyone for the prayers which have gone up on my behalf. Now that I am a week past my last chemo treatment, I really feel like I have finally come to the end of that road. The sideeffects from my last treatment have subsided. Things... read more
479 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 13, 2008
A common saying amongst cancer survivors is I have cancer but cancer does not have me! I believe this can apply to so many things in our lives. You may not have cancer. You may have other things you grapple with in life. Perhaps you have a chronic... read more
342 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 13, 2008
I feel like I've just managed to crawl up out of a very turbulent sea and I'm now trying to catch my breath on the shore. The waves are reaching for me threatening to pull me back in but I'm just beyond their reach. This is what it feels... read more
527 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 11, 2008
Over the years, I've heard a lot of discussions and debates as to when and how Christ will return. I've heard people say there will be a rapture of the saints. I've heard people argue the word rapture isn't in the Bible and therefore... read more
675 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 07, 2008
I have my last chemo treatment today at about 11:00 a.m. or so. The actual treatment lasts five hours. The funny thing about chemo is nowadays, due to the premeds they use, most people feel fine for the first day or two. It takes time for the drugs to... read more
932 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jun 06, 2008
Humanity as a whole, whether we like it or not, is actually pretty egocentric. Beginning with infancy, the center of our world is primarily, well, us. If something pleases us, we do it willingly. If something does not please us, we either refuse to do... read more
452 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 05, 2008
For you, O God, tested us; you refined us like silver. You brought us into prison and laid burdens on our backs. You let men ride over our heads; we went through fire and water, but you brought us to a place of abundance. Psalm 66:1012 (NIV) I've... read more
652 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 04, 2008
My eyes filled with tears as I read a message posted by the husband of a woman who is in hospice. He was letting everyone know that he has learned his wife probably has one or two days at the most to live. She had been battling cancer for nearly two... read more
563 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jun 03, 2008
I read something today which troubled my heart so much that I just felt I had to write a blog about it. It is in regards to a very dangerous attitude of the heart. An individual writing or saying certain statements may very well be unaware that in a... read more
357 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jun 01, 2008
Jehoshaphat, King of Judah had a very big problem. He had just learned that the Moabites, Ammonites and some of the Meunites had gathered to invade Judah. The Bible tells us it was a vast army (2 Chronicles 20:2). Jehoshaphat took this threat very... read more
629 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 30, 2008
Is It Worth It? I stared at that title for moment. It was the title of a posting on the message board of a website which provides support for cancer survivors who were diagnosed with bc. I quickly read through the message. When a cancer patient first... read more
742 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 29, 2008
Legacysomething transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past. She was a tiny whitehaired woman who looked exactly like she had stepped out of a fairy tale. That was how I described my maternal... read more
1480 words · ~6 minutes to read · published May 24, 2008
When I was a girl, I would spend part of the summer visiting my grandmother and two of her sisters up in Duluth, MN. One of my greataunts had a lot of books which included some copies of Reader's Digest condensed books. One summer I read "A... read more
621 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 23, 2008
Edited: 61209 This blog was originally posted on May 23, 2008. I'm sharing the following information because I know that probably most of you reading this were not at CB when this was written. I want you to understand the circumstances under... read more
815 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 23, 2008
Yesterday, I read davies36 excellent blog entitled King David and The Adult Channel. That has moved me to write the following blog in regards to a topic which has been on my heart at various times over the years. Often pornography has been viewed as a... read more
647 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 20, 2008
Discouragement. It is something that waits for us at every turn. The moment a problem looms on the horizon, discouragement is right there looking for an opportunity to find a weakness in your armor. Discouragement often begins as a whisper in your... read more
590 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 19, 2008
My dad was permanently disabled at the age of 19 due in part to a design flaw the navy had been previously been warned about. Eventually, he was deemed unable to obtain steady employment due to chronic problems which worsened over time and he received... read more
504 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 18, 2008
The Lord is like a father to his children, tender and compassionate to those who fear him. For he knows how weak we are; he remembers we are only dust. Psalm 103:1314 NLT I really felt like dust this week. I had a chemo treatment on Friday, May 9 and... read more
861 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 17, 2008
I frequently visit a couple of support message boards for women (and some men) who have been diagnosed with bc. It is often very encouraging to converse with others who have gone through or are going through treatments you are facing. It is also... read more
791 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 15, 2008
I went to the Saturday service at church last night because I am going to participate in Race For The Cure today. Actually, since I had chemo on Friday I will be "hobbling" for the cure on the 1k track inside the Mall of America. As a side... read more
598 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 11, 2008
I started to feel really crabby this morning right before my chemo treatment. I'd felt fine earlier. I'd even cracked some bad jokes which is according to my usual custom. The first step down the road to crabbiness was that my oncologist was... read more
802 words · ~3 minutes to read · published May 09, 2008
I can't remember why I was feeling so blue that day so long ago. I only remember that I was feeling overwhelmed and sad. Since I was feeling that way, I was relieved that the early morning call for me to sub wasn't a regular classroom... read more
684 words · ~2 minutes to read · published May 02, 2008
Please note this is not a recent blog. It was written back in April of 2008 while I was undergoing chemo treatment. I came across this today as I was rummaging around in the CB attic which is something I like to do every once in awhile. May God speak... read more
754 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Apr 23, 2008
With each passing day, I become more aware of my frailities and limitations. I could try to claim that I'm strong enough, brave enough, smart enough, etc. to easily encounter and subdue anything this life throws at me. However, to do so would not... read more
432 words · ~1 minute to read · published Apr 19, 2008
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