. . .in sickness, and in health

DSC_3823Steady. Dependable. He walks with me, every step. Leading, or close beside me.. .”for better, for worse, in sickness and in health.” 

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8 thoughts on “. . .in sickness, and in health

  1. As you have done for him. As it should be. Before we were even engaged my husband described marriage as riding a bicycle built for two. Both riders work together but at times one carries more of the load, but they continue traveling together. We just celebrated 25 years and there’s no one I’d rather ride this journey of life with. I know you feel that way about Bro. Buxton!

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  2. Congratulations Shirley for making it through the darkness. I found your blog this morning and read it from beginning to end. Yesterday was my first radiation set-up appointment (CT scan and temporary markings) at Kaiser Ontario. You have a gift with words, a beautful spirit, and a real knack at photography. You are an inspiration and As I begin my journey with radiation, I will think of you and your smiling face, upbeat attitude of gratitude and know that I too will be okay. I have been blessed with support of family and friends and God keeps placing people in my path to remind me He is good and We can do all things through Him. God bless you beautiful woman! And your dear, dear husband. Hugs!

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    1. Alexis, thank you for taking the time to make a comment after you came across my blog. I appreciate all the compliments. I prayed for you today that God will give you healing and peace as you go through these treatments. I hope we can stay in touch. Blessings always……..

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