Well here I am asking for help again. We are working hard at opening up new revenue sources with my new blog, but that is a slow process. Meanwhile, the medical bills are still draining faster than we can keep up. John's retirement from the Air Force this past month means that we no longer will be receiving his full income. From now until the time that his VA disability kicks in, he will be receiving less than half of what his previous income was. The estimate for the disability is 90 days, but if you have been following on the news, that is optimistic. If you would please share this with anyone that you think would be willing to donate to John's treatment fund, we would appreciate it so much. As always, thank you.
So it's been awhile since the last update. We've been busy around here and it's been a bit of a roller coaster ride for us. John is still working hard at his treatment and with the summer heat, there have been new challenges, but he's doing well.
We are working on getting relocated to Scott AFB which is just outside of St Louis. This will create some financial challenges with the added distance between us and the doctor who is treating John, but circumstances have come up with family back home that have prompted this decision. We know that God will provide and that we just need to take care of family.
One thing that we are doing to help out with the finances is that I have launched a blog dedicated to traditional living and eating real food. It serves as an education tool that I can talk about the changes we have made in our lives to combat the cancer. John's treatment is a nutrition based therapy, but it has benefited the whole family and opened our eyes to so much that is wrong with what we are doing in our culture when it comes to food. This website will also give me an outlet to sell the handmade soaps and other bodycare products that are toxin free and contain organic ingredients. We are hoping that this will grow to something that can support us one day, but for now, I'm happy have a platform to share what we've learned. If you want to check it out, please go to http://AChangingThyme.com
. As always, thank you for your support!