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47 Responses to “RSS Feed: How to never miss a post on phil-mickelson.com”

  • comment  Saurretta Moate Says:

    I know the lord will be watching over Amy,because good people deserve good fortunes. Amy will be ok.

    Wishing you all the best.

    Saurretta, Toronto,Canada

  • comment  Heather Cherichella Says:

    Amy, I just had my first chemo infusion two days ago. Rely heavily on good doctors, your family and your friends. No one wants you to go through this alone - they all want to help. So far so good for me, early diagnosis, and I will be doing 6 infusions of Taxotere and Cytoxin, followed by radiation. I would like to recommend a really good book which is a quick read “Living Through Breast Cancer” by Carolyn M. Kaelin, M.D., M.P.H., Director Comprehensive Breast Healt Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She’s been through it, young and has great advice. Good luck and if you and Phil ever come to the Heritage, you have a place to stay. Love

  • comment  Deb Worthington Says:

    Dearest Amy and Phil,

    I am coming up on three years cancer free from breast cancer. I have had two MRIS and both have been negative. Feeling good. I had eight chemo treatments and 30 radiation treatments. Early detection and support from family and friends is the key. Be sure to attend the Look Good Feel Better class sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
    Sending all our best and good vibes and prayers.

  • I second Deb Worthington’s comments. Amy, you can beat this. Trust your oncologist and surgeon. When you are ready for some privacy you can spend time to heal in the mountains of WNC. We’re near RRGC and have excellent outpatient facilities for any type of post surgical therapy.

  • comment  Anne Atkins Says:

    Hi Amy,

    I have a friend who just went through the chemo and radiation for breast cancer. She is doing well. I will be keeping you in my prayers daily! Thankfully you have a wonderful husband and family to support you!

    God Bless!


  • comment  Les & Cathy Blaikie Says:

    My wife and I will be praying for you and your family during these trying time. All the best Amy and to you Phil we have been avid fans for years. We have been through the ups and downs of life and are now in our 70’s. God bless.

  • We have you and your family in our hearts. Best news of all, as you have probably found out in your research, is that there are many treatments and better treatments than in the past. We wish you WELL!

  • comment  Ellen Newton Says:

    My very best wishes and prayers for both Phil and Amy and families.
    Keep your spirits up, your focus on health and trust in those that care for you.

  • comment  Robert Goral Says:

    Phil, I have both you and Amy in my prayers. I have been a fan of yours ever since I walked the 18 with you at Marion when you carried your own bag at the amateur. Best wishes to your whole family.

  • comment  Debbie Isenbletter Says:

    Phil and Amy your will in my prayers. I have always been a fan of yours and will miss seeing you play. You have always been a classy guy. Amy made you feel Jesus holding you in his arms and comforting you in this time.

  • comment  Bern MacDonald Says:

    I am a huge Phil fan, I have been since ASU and as many times as I have followed Phil around the golf course the very best times weren’t when Phil played his best but the couple of times I was lucky enough to run into Amy and walk a few holes with her. I really enjoyed her smile and her kind and friendly nature. She is total class and look forward to the day in the future when I stumble into her again outside the ropes. I believe in positive thinking and that positive thoughts can change things in the physical universe(Amy’s attitude changed me)and I am doing a lot of positive thinking on Amy’s behalf lately as she deserves it.

  • comment  Elaine Bringle Says:

    Amy, may you have all the love,peace and comfort that only God can give.With Phil,and all of your family and friends close by you are already a winner. I,m praying that your beautiful children will have their Mommy around for many years. God Bless.

  • comment  edwin g smith Says:


  • Dear Phil and Amy,
    When we heard that you had cancer, we were just crushed. You two are one on the most beautiful couples on the tour along with you beautiful children. We send your prayers and best wishes to your both and know that the Lord will take good care of you. Keep the faith in God and your Doctors and everything will work out alright. We will be prayering for your recovery everyday.

    We love you both,
    Chuck & Dot Davidson

  • comment  IAN WILLIAMS Says:

    Dear Amy and Phil
    all of your supporters here in the United Kingdom are wishing
    you all the best and a speedy recovery….Gods speed Amy !
    love to you both
    Ian Williams [ Hampshire,UK ]

  • comment  Donna Wilson Says:

    Amy and Phil Me and My Husand wish you both the best.We will keep your family in our Prayers.

  • comment  Micheal Gibson Says:

    Best wishes to all, especially Amy. I trust the Lord will guide your doctors to the best treatment possible and a happy end to this sad chapter. This is not the whole story but just one chapter, I know that in my heart. Love to all,
    Micheal and Donna Gibson

  • Dear Amy.
    We know in our hearts that everything will turn out fine. God answers prayers, and I know that there are 1000’s out here that are praying for both you and Phil. Amy, you to get well and Phil to have courage to support you. We are praying for you and your family.

    Love and Prayers
    Bob & Linda Lozano

  • Please Phil, listen to what I say. I have survived colorectal cancer for 4 1/2 years now. Don’t let your wife take Chemo or Radiation. The doctors almost killed me with both.
    I wish I had known about the German clinics’ treatment prior to my surgery. Research the treatments in Germany. There is no need to go under the knife. They kill cancer. and stop metastasizing. Farrah Fawcet tried the treatments too late. She should have been there months before and she would not be dying. I’m telling you our doctors are murderers and the FDA is the worst criminal operation in this country. The Pharmaceutical companies tried to buy out the doctor in Germany for $10,000,000, so he would not publish his findings treatments, and success, AND wanted him to give his patients their Chemo Pills.
    I’m telling you Pharmaceutical companies and doctors and hospitals want everybody on prescription medication. They are trying to require a prescription for natural herbs and vitamins And the FDA is in on it. All the FDA doctors are paid off by the Pharmaceuticals to the tune of at least $2.000.000 each per year.
    I am 70 years old and never ever took any drugs my entire life. I still take no drugs or prescription medication of any kind now and my mother is 91, and neither does she.
    I won’t let these stupid doctors here put my wife on any of this poison either. She is also 70 and can out-exercise and out-work any ‘normal” 35-40 year old woman. I am in perfect health. I’m not talking out of the side of my mouth. I know what I say is true, and can prove it.
    Please research the German clinics. Don’t let your wife go under the knife, or take Chemo or Radiation. The Chemo and Radiation will kill her.

  • comment  Matt Ouimet Says:

    Dear Amy and Phil.
    We were sorry to hear the news about Amy. My wife is a breast cancer survivor. She has had chemo, surgery, and radiation with success. She celebrated her second year of being cancer free last month. We are expecting to spend many more wonderful years together and we have the same hope for the both of you. Keep a positive attitude and place your faith in the hands of capable health care professionals. Our prayers are with you. All the best, Matt and Rita Ouimet, Lady Lake, Florida.

  • comment  Yvonne Orlich Says:

    Dear Phil, Amy and family:

    First - best of luck with what is now to be the battle of your life. As a very recent cancer survivor (lumpectomy, chemo, radiation, and reconstructive surgery) I can assure you that with capable medical guidance and the love and support of your family, you CAN beat this. Take it one day at a time. Don’t look too far forward and do NOT look back. You will find an inner strength you did not know you possessed if you set your mind to it. Stay strong, keep your faith, and never doubt that you can do this. God bless.

  • comment  Brother Joel Wells Says:

    Brother Phil, Sister Amy and precious family, We are praying for you daily, that God will heal and deliver you Amy in a truly miraculous way. Father, bless Amy, heal her, restore her now in Jesus name, Amen.

  • comment  Johnny and Siintra Strebe Says:

    Amy and Phil, Ours prayers are with you. Have a positive attitude and trust in the Lord. Fortunately you discovered this early and your changes of a complte recovery are good. God bless you both and the children.

  • comment  del Young Says:

    Phil and Amy

    As a cancer survior. Different cancer prostate. I believe that faith in your maker and your doctor will bring you positive results. Best of luck with your surgery and recovery period. I know that this will end up positive for the both of you.

    God Bless both of you.

  • comment  Debbie Horton Says:

    After my routine annual mammogram in April, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I underwent a right breast mastectomy last Monday, June 8th, and am now home, doing remarkbly well. Amy is in my thoughts and prayers - early detection is the key!

    God bless the Mickelson family during this time.

  • comment  patty smyth Says:

    Dear Amy,
    This will sound crazy but
    i low 3 women who have beat breast cancer by eating one quarter teaspoon of hedgeapple a day for4 weeks at a time. you can freeze them. I.m not sure you can find any in your area but they do grow in the southwe have a bunch of trees on our local golf course in irvine ky. it could be worth a shot to try it. it can’t hurt. i’m a big phil fan miss you playing
    best of luck.

  • comment  Mary Ellen June Says:

    Phil and Amy, please know that there are thousands of us out here that are praying for you both. I was diagnosed with stage two invasive ductal carcenoma and had a lumpectomy in December. I am half way through the chemo and radiation, and since I developed lymphedema in that left arm, I am also going through PT. Believe me, that with the prayers and support from all our friends and family, you will get through this. Keep the faith and the good fight and you will have this all behind you before you know it.

  • comment  Brenda Mercado Says:

    Dear Amy,
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer one year ago. I had a right mastectomy last July and went through 20 chemos. The one advice I would like to give you is rely on your faith because God will give you blessings as you travel through this journey. Live your life as normal as possible and love on your family. I will pray that the peace of God you will keep you calm and that you feel his love surrounding you.
    You are in my prayers,
    Brenda <

    You are a pink girl now!

  • comment  Richard Phipps Says:

    Phil, I’d like to share with you a personal work from my recent book “Poems for the Pastor”. My wife, Diane, was diagnosed with breast cancer in November, 2003. This came immediately after she had just recovered from her second neck vertebrae-fusion surgery. Her first words to me after the diagnosis was, “The fun just never ends, does it?!”

    Unfortunately, we had just been called from our church in Jacksonville, Florida, to serve as pastor of a church in Knoxville, Tennessee. The timing could not have been any worse! She completed her radiation treatment by the end of December of that year, at which time I had to go to Tennessee and leave her in Florida. There were two reasons for this. First, she needed to stay with the oncologists who had been treating her, so they could better help her through the next four months of chemo-therapy. Second, we had promised to begin serving the church in Tennessee by the beginning of the year, so we both agreed I should go serve, while also looking for a house to buy. The separation was tough. The church in Tennessee, however (bless their souls), graciously allowed me to return to Florida every three weeks to spend the week with Diane whenever she had a chemo treatment. Those three week periods in between treatments, however, were very lonely—even lonelier for Diane, although my daughter was living with her at the time.

    So, I wrote this poem just to her. A poem to show my love for her, and to assure her, as one flesh, I was hurting, too! Although meant to bring only her comfort in her time of need, God has opened up many doors for me to share this poem with husbands whose wives were battling with breast cancer, or any other debilitating disease. Possibly, you can use the poem, too.

    My Hero, My Love
    By Richard A. Phipps

    Although the trial you now endure grows weary and O so old;
    keep trusting God “who knows your way,
    for after this test, you’ll come forth as gold.”
    (Job 23:8-10).¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬

    I know the suffering plagues your mind,
    it seems strange, yea so unreal;
    but God has said,
    “Rejoice, my child, because His glory He will reveal”
    (1 Peter 4:12-13).

    Quietly you sit, no one around,
    the anguish seems yours alone!
    Untrue! I’m with you! My very being aches,
    For “one flesh we are, bone of my bones”
    (Genesis 2:23).

    So fight on brave mate, my hero, my love,
    together we’ll fend off alarm;
    Just “place me like a seal over your heart,
    like a seal on your arm”
    (Song of Songs 8:6).

  • comment  Connie Gross Says:

    Phil & Amy,
    May you feel the strength & prayers from the millions of golf fans throughout the world as you go through your days to come. Just know that keeping a positive attitude and prayer can help you get through this. I will continue to wear my livestrong band for Amy.

  • comment  Donna R Says:

    Phil and Amy,

    I was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 37 years old. I was a single mom and I knew I had to beat it for the sake of my 10 year old daughter. I had a left mastectomy and chemo therapy. It will be 20 years in November of this year since my diagnosis and treatment. I have been cancer free for 20 years and I am now enjoying my grandchildren. There can be a long life after a breast cancer diagnosis but you have to have a positive attitude. My thoughts and prayers are with you both and your children. I wish you a speedy recovery. Remember there are alot of prayers being sent your way.

  • comment  carol murphy Says:

    Amy and Phil,

    Rascal Flatts song MY WISH could not have become so popular at a better time for me. Two summers ago my son Matthew ( a Phil look alike) was diagnosed with NH Lymphoma. He was 15 at the time. His treatment was a two year proticall. He will get his last treatment July 21 st. the day we get back from the British Open. Matthew was granted a wish , through the Make-A-Wish to go to the British Open and follow his favorite player “Phil Mickelson”. What a bitter sweet feeling we will all have being at Turnberry. There is nothing more important than YOUR family. Being there for your wife, husband son, daughter……that’s important in life. Phil, you will be where you need to be. Amy, My wish for you is that your dreams stay BIG and your worries small. Matthew’s hold true words throughout his battle was “Impossible is Nothing”. Believe it and it can be True…………..My best to you .

    Carol Murphy

  • comment  david leo Says:

    Sorry to hear about your wife’s cancer. I to have recently had the same bad news. Mine is in the lung.I understand in wanting to do the right thing so I have decided to use the Budwig diet.Please take a look at it. Good luck in what ever you choose.

  • I am an 8 year survivor. I had a double mastecomy & was apparently a few days pregnant at the time of surgery & the doctors didn’t know it. I am fine, my daughter is AWESOME! I have 2 older children, Amy 25 & Peter 20. Peter is a huge fan & called me to tell me Phil was in the final & I should email him because I am doing a 6 month breast cancer campaign in my salon in Carmel, IN This weekend we are doing a fundraiser that we have named Pinkpaulzza. We will have Radio Disney, mini camps, face painting & many things for the kids. The St Vincent Mobile Mammogram Van & High Risk Assessment Program will be there as well The Pink Ribbon Connection, Susan G. Komen, Weekend to End Cancer & IWIN. We are doing many raffles & thought you might be able to donate something for the cause. If we can’t have it before Sunday then maybe we could have it to auction at a special event. Let me know if you are interested. Hang in there. It sucks but you WILL come out on the other side. I will be walking 40 miles in the weekendtoendcancer & will include you in my group that I am walking for. You will be in our thoughts & prayrs.

  • Phil and Amy Mickelson:
    May the light of the spirit that Phil exemplifies so magnificently on the field of play also shine upon your full recovery of this dreaded disease. I lost my father to cancer in 1978. He was only 64 years old. I think of him every day. Your family’s exemplary strength will surely see you this tradegy.

    God Bless each of You.

    Phil Condo / Clive,Iowa

  • comment  Chris Villa Says:

    Amy, Phil and Mary,

    Please know you are in many, many family prayers daily. You and your family have had many trials in the public eye for years and you have shown what a class act you are. Now you are showing the world what love can do. This is a dark time for your family but you have chosen to fight for the light and show the world what love can do. Thank you for being who you are and for setting a positive example for others to follow.

    Know you are cared about and that we are with you in spirit and prayer.

    Chris from Phoenix

  • Amy and Phil. All of Canada wish you all the best, beat this disease and get well soon…We all miss seeing Phil golf and his family waiting for him to walk up 18. He is the class of the PGA, the fans and golf need him on the tee. take care, god bless

  • comment  Brian Brady Says:

    Amy and Phil, there are immunological conk mushrooms from Alaska shown to create apoptosis in breast, lung, and prostate cancer. They have no conflictions with chemo, radiation, or drugs. So far, they save lives and recent in vitro trial results published in many international journals of medicines show this to be fact. I can give you these mushrooms which are mostly simply bioactivated in making a tea decoction. Please have someone report to you about chaga and Phellinus Linteus, or ask me for more detail. The pharmacological industry doesn’t understand how these mushrooms work so they are not directly recommended, but if you do the research you will realize they do work. These mushrooms conks are long lived, I have some chaga 12 years old and Phellinus Linteus over 70 years. I will be glad to send some.

  • comment  Sherry Holmes Says:

    God Bless you Phil, Amy & children,
    I have a son that is 3 yrs younger and you look like brothers, close to twins actually.
    I have met you at the golf course in Gaylord Mi, I gave you an angel. YOu are such a gentleman.
    I have been a nurse, like your Mom, only my career is 47 yrs.
    My father’s name was Alfred, I could go on & on about the sameness
    of our family history.
    Why I say all this is please know my advise is given to you, for the same
    reason I would & do give my family- I do care for you and your
    Please look up on Web site Yuen Method- or Call him!!! say you have
    been referred by Sherry Holmes in Kalamazoo, Mi. He was just here in
    in Kalamazoo, Mi in August/ I have been learning and practicing
    this method for 2 yrs. It is genuine.
    I know a lot of people have given you lots of advise, just look in
    God Bless

  • Phil should have a sleep study to rule out obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). It can potentially trigger psoriatic arthritis (not to mention the tntc other medical disorders). Treatment of OSA can potentially stop it’s progression and even reverse it.
    Check out “Deadly Sleep,” Is Your Sleep Killing You? It’s an informational booklet written for patients and students who want to know more about this common and frequently overlooked deadly disease.

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