PRAYER WARRIORS. . . You might recall a little over a year ago when I posted a…


PRAYER WARRIORS. . .

You might recall a little over a year ago when I posted about my Auntie Joy, one of my mom’s older sisters, having been diagnosed with liver cancer.

She went thru chemo and radiation treatment for most of 2020 and has been on an immunotherapy and chemo protocol for the past few months, which was recommended by her doctors.

She told us today that her latest scans show the cancer is progressing and spreading very rapidly at this point and the doctors are saying she may only have a few months now.

Please send every ounce of magic and miracles you can to her, her husband of 30 years, her daughter and son in law, and her grandsons.

And to my mom. She’s not taking this very well as her and Auntie Joy have always been incredibly close.

Mom may be heading to Hawaii to be with Auntie Joy in the next week or so. She’s asked for mom to come.

Thanks in advance for your support and love. We would appreciate it so, so much.

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5 thoughts on “PRAYER WARRIORS. . . You might recall a little over a year ago when I posted a…”

  1. Jormarie Gonzalez

    I believe in the Almighty Presence of Love and in miracles and in healing. No matter the situation, prognosis or what doctors may said; only God has the answers to all. May your Auntie Joy be embrace by the Light and Love of God and be healed. May her reunion with your mother and the rest of the family members be blessed and surrounded of love and blessings. May the Joy and Peace of the Heavens be manifested through all this process in each and every of your family’s homes. Yours included. May Faith be comforting you all the way. May a thousands angels be among you. And So It Is. Amen. ✨🙏✨ Blessed be beloved.

  2. I couldn’t say it better than Jormarie Gonzalez has. I second her injections. Holding space for your Aunt Joy’s highest and best outcomes. ❤️

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