August 7, 2012 - I had an MRI at Heathcote Medical Center which found the herniated disks in my neck and set the path for last fall.
October 15, 2012 – The tumor was discovered and the path took a gut-wrenching turn.
November 9, 2012 – Amazing doctors and staff at Georgetown University removed the tumor and redirected my path to one of healing.
Since then the journey has been uphill, but filled with victories and hope.
This week we celebrated the 9 month anniversary, of a journey we never wanted to take, but wouldn’t trade due to all the blessings we’ve received.
But, the journey isn’t over.
Every 6 months I get to check in with my friends at Heathcote Medical Center, the 45 minute nap in the MRI machine, the fear and joys from the past, my surgeon at Georgetown, and my dependence on the only One who carries me through.
So here’s what we know today…
August 9, 2013 – The MRI based on our uneducated eyes appears to be normal. At least we don’t see any oranges that don’t belong in my head.
August 28, 2013 – I will meet with Dr. Jean to discuss the official report and hopefully hear the all clear.
Today, we our eternally grateful for our family, our doctors, our friends, the growth, the peace, the provision, and the communion with our Creator, Savior, and Friend!