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ITs tough not to cry….-Darin

on November 29, 2014
Sarah's last sunset

Sarah’s last sunset

Well early Wednesday morning, November 26, 2014 changed my life. Many people would ask why. For me, its HOW? How can I go on without you? How do I help the kids in certain things? How do I make all things beautiful that you did? How do I make a crust like you did? So many other HOW’s have come up… “Why” is not of the equation because my Lord Savior Jesus Christ has my baby and he also has US in his hands. As Sarah passed from this world of pain, sorrow and tears to our promised life that is free from all of this that where we will never grow old. Thank you for loving, encouraging and praying along with my wife on her journey. Hope your Thanksgiving was well and have a Merry Christmas,

Sarah Elizabeth Misiewicz Unterbrink (daughter of Tom and the late Drusilla (Henry) Misiewicz) 38, left this world Nov 26, 2014 and went be with her Lord Jesus Christ. Sarah was born in Martinsburg WV and a resident of VA Beach VA, for the last 14 years. Left to cherish her memory husband Darin, three young children and siblings Laura, Matt and Becky. Memorial service: December 13th at 11:00 am. at Haygood United Methodist 4713 Haygood Rd., VA Beach VA 23455 757.499.1269

Many have asked how to help. Below is a link that was set up by a friend, through your generosity to help contribute with the expenses.

http://www.gofundme.com/4t47nk

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7 responses to “ITs tough not to cry….-Darin

  1. Krista Youtz says:

    I hadnt seen Sarah since our teenage years together in high school and I hadnt spoken to her since 2012 through Facebook, however I distinctly remember her voice, her laughter, and her contagious smile. With Sarahs strength in the Lord I was certain He was going to heal her from all of this and that she would live a long life. I was completely surprised when I learned of her passing. I said to myself, “How is it that a woman so strong in her faith, so strong in life, so strong as a wife and a mother, how is it that the good Lord has chosen not to heal her.” then more how ifs came, how is it that God would take her from this world, how is it that He would not choose to take someone less needed. Then I came to understand that He is getting His army of warriors ready in heaven and He needs to strongest of those to fight. This made sense to me then that He needed Sarah. Although I had not spoken to her in sometime, that I now regret, I fondly remember our silliness at her old house in Martinsburg. I remember the gentleness in her moms ways and how much I felt like family at that old house. I remember Sarahs heart and her love for life. I remember how beautiful of an artist she was. I remember how talented she was in putting together the Christmas cards every year with her family…she truly amazed me and inspired me to be a better mother to my child. I am so thankful to have known her.

  2. Loretta & Ed Ebel says:

    Darin, we are so sorry for your loss. We have been praying for Sarah, you & your family since we first heard the news about Sarah & her cancer. You & the kids will continue to be in our daily prayers…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Prayers for you all as you continue on this spiritual journey. The hurt will be great, but she will always be a part of each of you. Your family has proved to be a circle of strength and love…founded on faith, joined in love…kept by God, forever together.

  4. Freida says:

    Darin, Our thoughts and uplifting prayers are with you & the kids, and your extended family, during this time. We will miss Sarah’s sense of humor and beautiful smile. I’ve been listening to some of my favorite music this morning and thinking of y’all & Sarah. ‘I Can Only Imagine’ (Mercy Me), ‘Mountain of God’ (Third Day), and ‘Where I Belong’ (Building 429), are the ones that rang true when I read your post. God Bless you & the 3 Kiddos.

  5. What a beautiful sky…thank you Lord for giving her such a lovely glimpse of your masterpiece. Now she is there with You and we are the one’s who only get the glimpses…please be with her family, give her husband strength and though the time for grief is upon them please let your joy come in the morning…

    Peace be with you,
    In Him,
    Estelle

  6. Dear Sarah has touched more lives for Jesus in her 38 years then many people who are a lot older. She has influenced myself and so many others to trust God and know His love. She expressed so many times her love for Jesus and wanted others to know that love too. Her ministry continues and will continue. Darin and children you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It was a pleasure to have met you. You and your family have been in my prayers

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