First I must apologize for waiting so long to share this report. Those of you who have been sending well wishes and praying for me have touched my heart. The truth is it has taken me this long to be ready to talk about it. What happened can only be explained as a miracle and the mighty healing hand of God. I needed time. The past
I am waiting for my big surgery. I am prepared. I am confident everything will be ok. I am learning all about ovarian cancer. I am blessed. I am sure God is in control. I am smiling. That does not mean that I do not have my moments! This week I have had MANY moments. They come and go. I decided to share some of these moments with you.
One thing that stuck out to me was the variety of people at the hospital. All colors, ages, sizes, shapes, lifestyles, etc. One thing everyone had in common was this: all of the patients there, did NOT WANT to be there. We were all brought together by a common problem. Cancer had shown it’s ugly face in our lives.
This was written a few weeks back. I wasn’t ready to share my story until now. Read part 1, part 2, part 3. (They may not be live yet. Check back for updates and to follow my story.) I was the first one at the doctor’s office. I was really early. It was all I could think about. It had been a very long couple of days. Did you