-Stage 2.5 (one Dr. said 3, the oncologist thought 2, I'm splitting the difference)
-Will have to have a surgery, genetics testing may well determine what that will be. If we remove one, we'll likely do both.
-Chemo is to start in the next couple of weeks
-Radiation will be required
-getting a stylish new Kensey inspired haircut Friday to help me/us transition and hopefully lessen the shock of it all.
-Port installation is soon as well.
-lots of appointments, this is my new full time job
We do still plan to meet with another set of dr.'s a week from today to determine which to go with. We're already struggling with confusion on this, but honestly, need to just wait until we talk to them. Please pray the Lord will make this abundantly clear for us
So I know I've been given an assignment, I'd like to ask for your help for one too. When you see me, can you try not to make this the only thing we have to talk about? I want to keep up on you all, your families, hobbies, kids and prayer requests too. It will help me feel like life is normal. If you wish to ask how things are for us, I can answer that too, but I'd LOVE to have you ask me how I see God moving today in this battle, because I'm going to be ever on the lookout for just that. Because He will be moving, blessing, coordinating behind the scenes as only He does and refining our family, I'll be eager to tell others. And I'll want to share that with as many as I can, because that's my assignment :-)
Also, I've started a spreadsheet with specific names for specific tasks on it. If you want in on all this fun, please communicate that to me
take ro to dr. appts.
hang w/kids/help with schooling
thank you for anything you might be able to offer.
Off to do normal life things now.
MUCH love and appreciation for you all~ro, tom and kidlets
“The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” —Psalm 27:1