Have you ever been through something so terrifying, so horrific, that no matter what you do, or how hard you try, you will never forget it I have. It happened to me late February of 2002. This was, by far, the saddest, most horrific time of my life.
In 1997, my father was diagnosed with Melanoma; a very serious type of cancer. At the time of his diagnosis, doctors told him that there was nothing that could be done because his cancer was so advanced. The Cancer cycle has different stages that start at one and go up to five, and his cancer was already at a stage three. When my family and I heard this news, we knew that we could not live with this. We could not accept no as an answer.
About a month later, my father started the treatment process. Although the cancer appeared not to have spread, the treatments didn?t seem to have any affect on the cancer. Then, in 1999, it seemed that our prayers had been answered. I will never forget the message that my dad had left on my answering machine. He was full of
father, cancer, back, treatments, time, through, night, news, know, hospital, family, call, 2002, unable, throughout, one, morning, march, church, blake, been, year, stroke, spread, phone, out, never, left, knew, heard, good, gone, go, funeral, first