An Update on My Boggle from Ralph

So in true Ralphy-ism (he messes up words all the time…it’s so funny), my father has asked me to update my “Boggle” with news regarding his health.

He chose to go with the surgery rather than the radiation, and his surgery is scheduled for January 5th, in Edmonton.  The Doctor wants him to undergo surgery as soon as possible and January 5th was the earliest available date…unless they have a cancellation.  He was told the type of Prostate cancer he has is fast-moving. Your continued prayers are greatly appreciated.

He also wanted you to know that his cattle drive went “101%”. He has never had this much help with a cattle drive in all of his life and he’s very thankful.

So from our family to yours, thank you so much for all the messages of encouragement, support, and most of all your prayers.

It’s a great reminder of the strength of the human spirit and how friends and family are always there for one another to lend support and a helping hand.  Life is good my friends.  Give your loved one a hug right now, and tell them how much they mean to you.  Life is precious and the love within a family is a gift.

A special thank you to Jason Robertson and Bill Walls who are raising funds and growing a mean Moustache for Movember in the fight against Prostate Cancer.  If you would like to make a donation, just click their names.

In this month of Movember which is devoted to Prostate Cancer awareness, my Dad is gearing up to Kick some serious Cancer Butt. 🙂

From my heart to yours,


5 thoughts on “An Update on My Boggle from Ralph

  1. Just read your blog. Life certainly has it’s twists. Just want to let you know that you are in our prayers during this uncertain time. Love in Jesus, Aunty Lu

  2. Stay strong my beautiful friend. I understand the stress and anquish you’re dealing with. I am right here if you need me. Always.

  3. After the most wonderful family experience when we all stood around and prayed for Aunt Lorraine, that circle of love through our family will never end.

  4. Stay strong, Chrissy!
    I had no idea your father and your family were going through this. Cancer sucks! I know you’re such a strong woman and your strength, positivity and love will only be an asset to your family.
    Hugs to you my friend!

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