Abby is beautiful, not matter what cancer does to her. But I was shocked at the pics. Hardly seems to be the same child. Praying things will continue to get better and better!!!
Yes, I'd say it is...but God is bigger than the boogey man...even when the boogey man is cancer. We're so proud of Abby's strength.. She's such a blessing to so many people. And you have our continued prayers!
She's no less beautiful, and you can see the wisdom in her eyes.
Such a cutey...no matter what the month. Will continue to pray that she continues to get better.Nancy
Beautiful then...and beautiful now!! She's one tough cookie and a sweetheart through it all. Ready for a playdate again very soon :)Phyllis & Kristen
Abby is beautiful no matter what! Her smile is a daily inspiration and reminder of God's miracles! Keep up the great work of mentoring and witnessing to so many readers. With love...
I hope to one day get the chance to shake Abby's hand!
...but she's still smiling. Praise God for her attitude. Amazing!
Love that sweet little girl and her precious dimples:)
Cancer is hard,But I see everyday the beautiful children behind it!!I see everyday what doctors can do and I see A miracle behind each of them!!!Rhonda
Abby definately defines the addage bald is beautiful. Her eyes seem to have a different sort of sparkle in them, but cancer or not, she is beautiful, inside and out. Praying hard that "we're on the way back now" doesn't mean the hospital and if it does that it will be a very short visit.
Cancer takes such a toll on a person. But Abby is beautiful, regardless. She is a precious child of the Living God. And to me she is beautiful.
The one thing steroids have done, is to make that dimple deeper. Beautiful smile Miss Abby! Keep up the courageous fight. We are praying for you and your family.The Hewetts in Tahlequah
Yep, it looks pretty hard. She's still beautiful and nothing will change that. She is God's child and in His hands and I just pray that she will be healed and that you will know the joy of having your child "back".
I just prayed for Abby. Beautiful pictures. Just wondering, could you possibly share how you did the rotating images on your site header?
Always Smiling!! Praise the Lord for such an upbeat child!! Only the Lord can cause her to be happy after such suffering. I am glad that she is coming back!!!God Bless You All!!!
As i have always said, Abby is a beautiful angel, inside and out. Those little eyes say a lot and her smile is one to break a strong heart. I think all that hair made a difference (my grdaughter has it just like her) but i could tell it was sweet little Abby. Prayers are still going up for your family. I am so glad she is home and you see some improvement. I pray for each day to be better and the next one even better. God bless your family.
Still beautiful...obviously on the inside as well as on the outside. And she will have such empathy for others that most children can never understand. God bless you all. We are still praying for your family. : )
Abby is still beautiful in Gods eyes and mine as well. She always seems to crack a smile and that is amazing. I am praying for abby and the whole family. Abby is such a tough cookie!
Yes, cancer is hard. My son just celebrated his year diagnosis of leukemia. I posted monthly pics on his CB site. Hard to see what these children go through...but God is present...and these children are "strong and courageous" My prayers continue for Abby
You could still drown in those dark eyes that Abby has. Yes, the treatments have made a difference on the outside, but can't ever take away the beautiful radiance of God that shows through Abby's heart and soul.I, also, have dimples and love Abby's deep dimples. She is such a heart stealer and she has surely stolen mine.You all are in my heart and prayers and will be there always.Ann StegallWake Forest, NC
The face of a faithful warrior. Abby is a hero. MY hero.This blog is an incredible testimony and will be for the rest of her life.Praise God.
It's an ABSOLUTE Rollercoaster!!! ~ I'm thankful Abby's on her way back!!! And She's got the support of you all! The Lord & Abby & MUSIC ARE my support & Inspiration of this BEGINNING Journey with Cancer... I'm THANKFUL Brent keeps posting Bible Verses to look up throughout the day!!! It's keeping me planted in HIS WORD. Life is HARD, CANCER is NOT fun.Lord, Please guide me!myspace.com/sweet_joni
yes, cancer is hard, but Abby is stronger... her eyes may be tired-er but her smile is still beaming
Abby is a beautiful girl with or w/out hair. You can literally see into her soul through her eyes....
WOW! I am speechless.
Funny you should post this today, Brent. I woke this morning and thought about Abby before I thought about my own little devils. I was thinking about how she is 'on the way back' as you so wonderfully put it. I realized that I needed to thank Jesus in a BIG way. I think we should all go back and ready your post the day before Abby was due to start the 2 rounds of really scary treatment and then look at those two pictures. I know you still have such a long way to go and things could turn on a dime but we all have so much to be thankful to Him for today. With all due respect, can Abby count herself in the 20% group you mentioned a while back? Thank you Jesus.
Praise God for His goodness! You're going to be okay, Abby. Remember, Jesus always wins. And as a child of the Living God, you're a winner, too. Anyone who doubts it just has look into those beautiful brown eyes and behold the soul of a courageous little girl - a child who is a living testiment to God's grace. Watch out, world. Abby's coming back!
Abby is a beautiful little girl. I've been here before and have prayed for her several times. She is a fighter and truly amazes me with her spunk.I'll add her button to my blog so perhaps you can get even more prayers on her behalf.Thank you for sharing the precious pictures. She has the sweetest little dimples and her heart shines through in the expression on her face. What a precious precious little girl.Love,LynnetteDancing Barefoot on Weathered Ground
she is absolutely adorable in both pictures. i am so glad she is doing better. i loved the picture of her playing with her old iv bags. children suffering from chronic, life-threatening illnesses can teach us so much as adults...
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