I'm a little late penning this blog. Yet, I had some thoughts as I celebrated another birthday last month. As is my custom, I thoroughly enjoyed the caramel birthday cake so wonderfully constructed by Rickey J.'s bakery down the street.
So even though I am late sharing this particular blog, it really doesn't matter in the broad scheme of things. Every day in life is precious, especially when being told my chances of living five years after my cancer diagnosis were only 15-20%. Of course, if you know my story, my cancer reoccurred in my lymph nodes in 2006 and I underwent chemotherapy. My five year anniversary of treatment officially was around June 15th, 2011. So, as of today, by God's grace and plan, I am still very much alive, in spite of the odds.
There was an old wine commercial which stated, "We will sell no wine before its time". In like manner, I know that I am not going to die one second before it's supposed to happen. Psalms 139:16 states, " Your eyes have seen my unformed substance; and in Your book were all written the days that were ordained for me when as yet there was not one of them." My length of days are all pre-ordained by God.
So, not to worry, my death will come at the right moment as God plans. As a matter of fact, I guess one could say I'm already living on borrowed time.