This will be short… As I shared in my last post, I had my first set of quarterly scans this past Friday. On Tuesday, I spoke with my doctor to review results. He stressed to me that this was good news, then explained that the one remaining 3 mm spot in my lungs had grown to 9 mm. Now, when talking about something in mm, we all think small. With Sarcoma, mm is not as small. Basically, it tripled in size. The good news is that it can be surgically removed rather easily. So, that is what will happen. I have had lung surgery before and rebounded within a couple of days.
Of course, when hearing this I began to feel anxious and could feel the fear rising up. Todd was quick to remind me that this was manageable and that we should celebrate the good in this. I could also feel the Holy Spirit calming me inside and reminding me that I am not alone.
Thank you to everyone who has and continues to pray for us as we live day to day with what has become a part of our lives. We cannot weather it alone and, Praise God, we do not have to.
I have said this before and I will continue to declare that I do not know what my future holds but I know who holds my future.