Day 1 Wrap Up

It's been a whirlwind 36 hours. There's a lot to consider. Everything we've found on the internet applies to women who have 30 years on me. Where do I fit in? Where do WE fit in? My poor husband. He got a defective model.

I mean, I don't feel sick. It's hard to hear your sick, when you feel fine. It's hard to grasp the severity of "cancer" -- when you feel fine. Do I really have cancer? I don't feel like I do. What does it feel like anyhow? All I know is that I have to get a series of appointments done. That's it. That's as far as I can take it. I haven't talked with the surgeons or oncologists yet - so I don't know much more than my results and what the internet tells me that means.

Mike keeps telling me he's surprised at how well I'm taking all of this. I guess I don't really have any other way to take it. I'm not going to die, so anything other than that - is good. There really isn't any other way to look at it. I didn't have a choice in this, so all I can really do it just deal with it as it comes.

So, the next steps are to get a bi-lateral MRI and then have my consults with the surgeons, radiation people, plastic surgeons, etc. and then to pick a team and a course of treatment. Sounds easy enough ...


  1. Be strong .. you're family will always be there to support you..even though I'm far away i'll always pray for you.. Always trust God and he'll lead the way.
    -Auntie Glo

  2. Thank you Auntie Glo! I hope one day we get an opportunity to speak face to face =)


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