Thursday, May 29, 2008

Still worried about my dad

Even though I don't show it in public, I am worried about my dad's condition. He has to go see the surgeon in Murray, KY tomorrow. I pray that the visit will go smoothly, and they can schedule a time for operation. For any of you that has gone through this hell, I pray for you too. That's all I can do, pray, until they take that away from me here on earth. As for his chances to recover, my dad doesn't think he will do so well, but I have faith that it will turn out better than he thinks, I know surgery has advanced over the years, so I expect him to do well under the knife.

Oh and to Chris Pirillo, your welcome for the prayers for your mom and dad. Pray for me and my family (my sister, brother and me) that our tragedy will come out better than it is so far. I hate a family member having cancer. Lost my Grandmother Freeman to cancer in 1986, I don't want to lose my dad to it. We were just getting to really know each other. Shame this web site won't let me post video on here, but at least I have a account for such things.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Dad is sick today

The Cancerous tumor in my dad's behind must be bad today, his bed is the only place where he can feel comfortable and sleep. I had to borrow my mom to get my meds. But my dad doesn't sleep for very long, he gets back up and plunges into something to keep him busy. I think Dad doesn't want to give into the cancer. When Social Security comes into his checking, my dad will probably retire from being a General Practitioner Medical Doctor. Been at that job for 30 years and he's 65 now. So I wish him the best of luck, and I ask for all of your prayers and good vibes to go to my Dad, Cleland Freeman.

He needs them badly, luckily God will bear him up through this situation like He will bear me up.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

To my dad

Many men can be a father, but it takes a real man to be a dad. If you have a special dad, remember this on Father's day (And to those whose fathers served in the military, this is for Memorial Day too).

Dad, I've always looked up to you, and now you can lean on me. I know the pain you feel isn't easy to bear, but that's why I'm here. Now it is time for me to return the favor. Let me talk to God about your troubles and see what He will do for you. I cannot do much in my crippled state, but God will walk with me.

That's all I can say about my dad now.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

My Dad

Worries too much. Found out today that he has a cancerous tumor so guess what. Since he has it, he wants me checked out to see if I don't have cancer anywhere on or in my body. Don't you feel pain somewhere if you have cancer? That's the scope of my knowledge of cancer. Heck, I have enough things to worry about with my Grand Mal Epilepsy and two nervous disorders, I don't need the added worry of cancerour tumors on or in me. I know Heart Disease and Cancer runs in my family, but I haven't had a heart attack yet or cancer attacking my body.

Don't get me wrong, I do love my dad, but the last thing I had to do to keep him happy was a stress test and a heart cath run through my body. So wish me luck when I set up an apointment with my doctor next month to run a bunch of tests on me to see if I don't have cancer on or in my body. So far, God has smiled on me and I don't have any other health problems other than the ones I was born with. Now if I do have any other health problems, you all will be the first ones to know ok.