“It truly is finished”. The Last things Jesus said before his head bowed and he died on the Cross. When things seem overwhelming to us and mountains loom in our way. Mountains of Cancer, unemployment, debt, divorce, a child on drugs, a sick child, loneliness, so many things can be overwhelming to us. But when Jesus said it is finished it was for you that he came and died on the cross . Look to him in your times of need. He is there to help you. I know, because He is helping me. He lifts me up every morning. I had someone ask me, when you wake up each morning do you think of your cancer. I had to answer no, because I am so well cared for by the Lord. I wake up with hope and joy. I have adopted an attitude of gratitude with this event in my life. As crazy as it sounds, I feel honored that I have this Cancer. Honored because the Lord tells us in His word that he will not give us more than we can take, and he must know I can take it. There is a purpose here. The Lord did not give me the cancer, but he allowed it. I want to be the best I can be at having cancer so that I might give glory to the Lord and be an example of how he can carry us at times like this. Today my radiation was finished. Everyday for 3 weeks, and it seemed like just a few days. My treatment was at The Urology Center Of Colorado in Denver. I could have never dreamed of having better care. The Radiation team there was wonderful, the Doctor, and the staff were exuberant with friendliness and smiles. Made me feel very comfortable. Going each day became something I looked forward to. I know the Lord did that for me. Today was my last day, and they all gave me a great send off with hugs, and kind words. This part of my journey is finished for now. I am including some other photo’s to share my Radiation journey, and the treatment room where the Elekta Versa linear accelerator is. Also a recent photo of my husband and I. We are o.k. and in the palm of the Lords hand. We are trusting the Lord and going forward. Thank you all for your prayers.