As I get prepared to go to my last chemo session I look back to when all this started. It’s been a process both mentally and physically. I have not been alone. I know God has been with me and if you have read this journal you know why I say that. My wife Joanne has been with me. She has been a rock by my side. I know it has been really hard on her but she has been strong throughout. I don’t know what I would have done without her. My sister Griselle was a godsend especially during the period with the infection. My sons Carlos frank and Jamey along with their wives Eugenia and Amanda. Couldn’t ask for better sons. Our friend jose who was there ready to do what was needed at any time, like he always is. My brothers and sisters, cousins, nieces and nephews. All our friends and neighbors which I won’t mention by name so as to not forget someone. Those that I have not even met but who had us in other prayers. Las but not least, the doctors, nurses and staff at Baylor Scott and White who with their knowledge, professionalism and true caring made this journey that much easier. Thank you to all and may god bless you.
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