I received word just a short time ago from my radiologist who performed the biopsy last Wednesday. It is not cancerous. It is a benign condition, radial scaring (that can mimic cancer cells on mammography images). However, it does have a potential to develop into something down the road so it is best to be proactive and have it surgically removed at this time. I will be scheduling the surgery (day surgery) soon.
From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank each and everyone of you for your prayers and sweet words of encouragement that you kept showering me with all week. I feel so blessed to be part of this wonderful blogging community where we can share our fears with each other, and pray for one another.
If I could ask a favor, would you pour that prayer into another blogging friend of mine's family. Some of you are familiar with Jennifer (Beaufortbelle), she is such a sweet encouraging reader of many blogs. Jennifer's beautiful daughter Brooke was recently diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and is undergoing Chemo. Brooke is a recent college graduate. She reminds me a lot of my two girls, beautiful, bubbly, outgoing and more importantly a kind, caring individual who was always there for her friends and many others. They have created a Caring Bridge site to keep friends and family informed and where we can shower her with prayer! You can visit Brooke (and Jennifer) at One Day At A Time . To leave Brooke a message, scripture verse or to shower her with prayer you just need to create a simple account (email address and password). Prayer is a very powerful thing, and it is what He has commanded us to do for one another.
With love and gratitude,