Wednesday, March 30, 2011

It's been a while since I've posted which just indicates how busy we've been. Been feeling pretty good! Last weekend went so quickly----Friday night Station of the Cross, Saturday was errands and the beautiful wedding and reception of Nicki Leger at St. Johns in Plymouth, Sunday mass and an late afternoon diner with our marriage encounter buddies followed by a quick trip to the airport for Chris & Anna who were coming back from New York. Poof weekend gone! My golfers are looking pretty good & our home course is opening today. Next week they go on spring break which is great timing as I go for chemo round three starting monday. Going to try & do a little better with the nausea drugs this time so I can be more functional. Friday and saturday seen to be my "rough" days. Most sincere thanks for your prayers. You are all in mine. Tom


  1. Wow, that is packing the important into the stream of life. You and Cheryl are really being used for God's Glory. Thats great that Anna & Chris had a weekend away in New York. That is some experience, so many kinds of people and so many interesting places to visit and its wonderful that they have friends there who could show them around. A wonderful wedding gift, indeed.
    I will be praying for your fortification by The Lord and His Strength. Thank God we have The Lord in our difficulties big and small. You are blessed and most highly favored of The Lord.

  2. Thanks for coming to the wedding Tom and Cheryl! It was great to have you there. Gene and Sue

  3. Barry & Leslie said...
    Dearest Cheryl and Tom,
    We are thinking of you each and every day. You two are sure busy with all kinds of activities....good for you! We hope that soon you'll be able to be on the course, Tom, with your golf team. We know you love those days. We will be praying for NO side effects, as tomorrow begins Round 3 Chemo. We know that the Lord will be with you, guiding those medications to help you in the best possible way. And speaking of tomorrow.......

    "Every tomorrow has two handles. We can take hold of it with the handle of anxiety or the handle of faith." ~ by Henry Ward Beecher.

    We know your faith will be strong! We love each of you. ~Barry and Leslie

  4. Dear Cheryl and Tom,

    Praying for you every day. Blessings.