My Kryptonite

Hi my name is Brandy and my fiance is Donald Fitzgerald. As most of you know Donald has been dubbed "Superman" and for good reason. Donald was diagnosed with ALL (leukemia) when he was 13 years old and relapsed when he was 18. He was cured of this cancer and has gone almost 13 years cancer free. During this time, he has undergone 2 hip replacements and a partial shoulder replacement due to the high doses of steroids he had to take. Then, on March 24th 2011, 3 months after his 32nd birthday, we got the devastating news that the cancer had come back. We are now at UMC about to undergo the long process of Chemo once again. He will have to stay in the hospital for a minimum of 30 days for the initial treatment. He is strong and will beat this once again but we need everyone's prayers. God is in control and there is nothing out of his hands. As someone posted once on facebook "The deals not done until God's done dealing".



Thursday, July 7, 2011

God on the Mountain

Life is easy when your up on the mountain and you've got peace of mind like you've never known. But things change when you're down in the valley. Don't lose faith for your never alone. For the God on the mountain is still God in the valley. When things go wrong he'll make them right. The God of the good times is still God in the bad times. The God in the day is still God in the night. We talk the faith when we're up on the mountain. Talk come so easy when life's at it's best. Now it's down in the valley's, trials and temptations. That's when your faith is really put to the test.
"God on the Mountain" by the Gaithers (great song if you get the chance to listen to it)

1 comment:

  1. Brandy, There was a quartet at my church growing up that used to sing this song when I was a little girl. As I grew older, the words became more and more precious. Valleys are hard and no fun, but we must have them in order to grow closer to Him. He also allows us to use those times to help others later. So valleys can be a beautiful thing. I have been praying for all of you. I can't imagine what he's been going through. We will all keep lifting him in prayer and praying for God's will.
    Praying and believing,
    Stacy Mathis