People may not remember exactly what you did, or what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.
I want to share this news with all of my wonderful friends and family who have been my loyal support system these past few months.
Yesterday, the doctor said he wants me to heal until the end of the summer before any further surgery. At that time, they will re-cision (take a very small section of what’s left on the left, to biopsy). If it shows zero cancer cells, which they believe will be the case, they will do a little reconstruction surgery and I’ll be done. I have started the pill form of cancer medication and there are no plans for chemo or radiation, just a ton of check-ups.
I don’t have the words to express how grateful I am. I’ve seen so much suffering, but I’ve seen some awesome miracles, too.
Here is what I’ve learned…The prayers make the difference in both cases.
But…Dollie is depressed. When are they coming?
I have to say thank you for the milkshakes, cards, yummy meals, fun little gifts, wonderful visits, flowers, emails, phone calls, and the help of my family and amazing church family. Kip even colored my roots. What a guy!
I love and appreciate you all more than you could ever know, and you are always in my prayers.