It's been awhile since I've written about my dad, so I wanted to give a little update. (If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you can click here.)
The wonderful thing is that my dad's doing pretty well right now. When he saw the oncologist a few weeks ago, he was told to keep doing what he's been doing. That's encouraging news, and we are grateful. He's enjoying retirement, which allows him to get more rest and also work on various projects around the house.
In addition, he's had a great attitude through this whole ordeal, and he's been even more passionate about running than usual. He ran a big race in Colorado last Saturday, and since we weren't able to be there, we wore our crew shirts in his honor. We love you, Dad!
As for the title of my post, my dad likes to have a mantra for each race, and this time he chose, "Thank You, Jesus" as the words he wanted to focus on. I agree--thank You, Jesus!