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The Red Cardinal - The Finish Line

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7:56:02 AM

Morgellons -

Dear Donna,

It is sooooo wonderful to hear from you. I can't tell you how encouraged I feel when I read about your recovery, and all that you are able to do now. I'm so happy for you!!!

I have faith and hope, and I do trust in Mel and the good Lord, to get me there, too.

love and hugs, Maria

9:48:32 AM

Morgellons -

Dear Donna,

I am so blessed by your posts sharing your journey to health!!

A sweet reminder to each of us that we are almost there! I can see it!!! I can 'feel' what it will be like to hold my newest grandson, 5 months old, with tears of joy!!

As you know by experience, we will forever be changed by this journey in ways far beyond our physical healing! Experiencing the greatest thing of all, a deeper, more intimate relationship with the Lord Almighty!

I am truly happy for you and your family and the life you are enjoying together. Again, thank you for your encouraging posts and prayers, Donna.

In His love, Tracy

Donna M
2:58:23 PM


Hi Everyone,

Thank you Karen, Ruth Anne, Chrissie, Jamie, Cheryl and Terry for all the kind posts. Seeing all these positive and uplifting words makes me so happy.

You are all so much closer to being completely well and I promise it will happen. Just continue to be faithful to all parts of the plan that Mel has laid out and persevere, trust in the Lord! Sounds familiar doesn't it? Just a reminder that when or if you feel discouraged read the Great 8 - it really helps.

Its about 10 days past my 21st month on the protocol and as I mentioned in another post, two years since the onset of Morgellons. Now, life is absolutely wonderful but truly busy. I am so grateful!

I had forgotten how it is to be concerned (trying to eliminate the word "worry" from my vocabulary) about normal, regular things in life. I'm referring to things like allocating time for social events, helping others, or working on projects that had been put on the back burner. While going through this, many things are put off and everything seems to revolve around getting well. Be assured, life returns to normal but you will be a truly changed and better person.

I have been so blessed to have been able to attend so many things - parades, football games, birthday parties, not to mention babysitting my sweet grandchildren! I took these "simple" things for granted before M, but not now and I probably never will.

I continue to keep you all in my prayers. Please be encouraged that you can and will cross the finish line!

God bless each and everyone of you - you too, Mel!


Donna (aka Sneakers)

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