Monday, September 20, 2010

Now what should we call this?

What's on my mind?

Not much, compared to what was on my mind when this blog started nearly five years ago. Ho-hum, so the brain has been clear for more than three years.

That's a very good thing, but now all the attention has drifted downward into my lower spine. So what do I call this blog now?

Sittin' on a Scream?
Getting to the Bottom of Cancer?
Heads or Tails?

Let the brainstorming (yes--pun intended) begin!

13 comments:

Mari said...

I think "Heads or Tails" is a winner out of the three suggestions you made so far. Making a play on the expression 'to make heads or tails of something', perhaps?

I've been reading your blog for years now, and have cheered you on every month. I will continue to cheer and pray you on in this next challenge as well.

Josh and Kristen said...

Krista, I don't even know what to say. I have been wrapped up in all of our craziness lately and just barely caught up on what's been going with you lately. I am sorry that you heard some bad news, but I am completely uplifted by your attitude, and inspired by the way you were able to immediately feel the peace that faith in the enabling power of the atonement brings. Thanks for sharing. Lots of love and prayers your way. I think of you often.

LadyCarma said...

Spineless! or on a more positive but bun note, how about Pain in the Rear!
I wouldn't know to identify with another title. You are in my constant prayers.

Krista said...

Heads or Tails--beating the cells.

Anonymous said...

Krista, I too have been caught up in my everyday little issues and have failed to keep up with your amazing blog. I pray for you daily but had no idea you were facing this latest "bump"! Your faith and strength continue to buoy me up. Much love and continued prayers are coming your way. Love Aunt Pat

Anonymous said...

Krista, I too have been caught up in my everyday little issues and have failed to keep up with your amazing blog. I pray for you daily but had no idea you were facing this latest "bump"! Your faith and strength continue to buoy me up. Much love and continued prayers are coming your way. Love Aunt Pat

Anonymous said...

Keeping up prayers for you. So sorry you have to go through this.

Z Mom said...

Krista,

Thank you again for your blog and faithful posting. I love that God has sustained your since of humor.

I call it "hospital" humor.

I was wondering if you possible have time to post on my cousins
"caringbridge" site in his guestbook. He has a GBM in his brain and is recovering his second surgery. It looks bleak, however, Luke 1;23 says, Nothing is impossible with God. Amen.
Your blog is a testimony to just this and I was so hoping that you might if you may sign his guestbook with something about yourself and your journey...It would sure give him hope to keep on pressing forward with the
waiting.

This is his caringbridge site. You will find that his posting mirror yours as far as his trust in God and His will being done.

Thank you so much in advance.

http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/gregshepherd1/journal

my name is Ginger and my email if you want to contact me is
thezagnolis@yahoo.com.

Thank you so much.

Rebecca said...

Dear Krista - I heard the news today and wanted you to know that your testimony and faith make you seem like the MK bumblebee on steroids! May our Heavenly Father continue to bless you and your sweet family with comfort and wisdom at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Beckie Ellis

Jenn Allen said...

Krista-

We don't know eachother, but I am Jennifer. I don't even remember how I found your blog. I pop in from time to time and check on you. I am so very sorry to read your latest updates. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers. I am sure this is a difficult time and hope that you are strengthened by the prayers and your knowledge of God's love for you!


Best Wishes!

Jenn

Emily said...

Krista, you are remarkable! I've been reading your blog since writing that article about you back in 2007. Your strength and wit! You are just remarkable. You're in my prayers- I know you can beat this!

Texas JennyWren said...

I like Pain in the Rear..like LadyCarma says. Also I thought of Topsy Turvey since it went from top to bottom...

Keep up your good sense of humor and good outlook. That is a great fighter against all illness. Love you guys!

Karen Preator said...

You totally amaze me! Your sense of humor, even in a situation such as this, is an inspiration to all! I truly believe that Heavenly Father knows each of us individually and has a plan for us and you are certainly no exception to that. You are one of the strongest, most spiritual ladies I know, and I am sure you will be blessed at this time. Please know you have the love, support, and prayers from your ward family!