|Introduction||I'm a fellow traveller on this planet, bent on making a difference in the lives I touch. I've come to realize that the call of God on my life includes the task of sharing with others those dark moments, those difficult times at the end of human strength when God's Grace and Mercy has carried me through. That same Grace and Mercy is availble to YOU...whatever path you may be on, whatever valley you may be crossing. God is with you. ********************** I was a living liver donor, December 29, 2005. Then I was diagnosed with breast cancer August 6, 2006. (It still takes my breath away to write that!) After a left radical mastectomy and a year of chemotherapy I was declared cancer-free. What a roller coaster ride! From healthy-as-a-horse liver donor to a battle with cancer, all in the space of a few months! I can be contacted through: www.jccelgin.org ******** Y ahora abri un blog en Espanol. Aunque no puedo escribir perfectamenta el Castillano, en Anicos Y Piezas trato de expresar lo grato que estoy que Dios me ha guardado entre pasos de enfermedades y me ha sanado. Directamente de mi corazon hablo aqui.|
|Interests||Scrapbooking, Music, Reading, organ donation, coffee, Starbucks, Cold Stone Creamery, travel, Spanish, liver transplant, breast cancer, Kenya, Ecuador|
|Favorite Movies||Sleepless in Seattle, Regarding Henry, Beyond the Gates of Splendor, Air Force One, Fire Down Under|
|Favorite Music||Contemporary Gospel, Mark Condon, Lily Goodman, Marcos Witt, Darlene Czech, Jacki Velasquez, Geron Davis, Classical, and The Beatles along with other Golden Oldies!|
|Favorite Books||Authors like, Max Lucado, Paul Billheimer, Frank Peretti, or, Spy stories like Ken Follet, Robert Ludlum, Helen McInnes, Tom Clancy. Eclectic is the word|
When you spilled the milk, did it look like the moon?
It looked like a totally new continent!