Hello all.Well the time is drawing closer.
I want to thank so many for the love and
e-mails and prayers.This is the hardest thing
I have ever gone through.
The hardest thing about it is watching my children.
They are so afraid.It hurts so much as their mom to
have to watch them.
But God is with us and I have high hopes.I went through
a bit of depression,but once again Jesus pulled me through.
As you all remember,I sat and watched Gods hands move,
as if on t.v.Watching him find a way to lead me to this fine
dr.and hospital.To my knowledge and the internet,their are
only 3 hospitals in the U.S.,possibly the world that do this
operation.And God led me right straight to one of them.
Had I just sat here waiting like I was the "unknown cancer"
would've just eaten me alive.
The strange thing about it?I am "too far"gone for this
operation.Normally,they would not operate,but since the
cancer is there,they MUST go in and get it. Is it possible for
cancer to be a life-saver?We will see.I
believe this time--------------it is.....
Monday afternoon we will go to Houston.I just have to
check in late Monday before 7:00 p.m.for a blood test.
Then report back at 6:30 Tuesday for the surgery.I don't
know yet what time it will begin.All prayers are welcome and
I will be in the hospital 7-10 days,a guesstament from my dr.
I will be in I.C.U.for about 3 days,then to my room as soon as
I come of the ventilator.I am so very thankful to have another
May God bless you and keep you all .And thank you for all
the beautiful friendships you all have given me.I love you all...Ann