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Posted on 12/14/2006 7:50:21 PM PST by Bradís Gramma
I received a FRmail tonight from Freeper kayak regarding a health issue that her doctors have discovered. Some of you, apparently, are already aware of this. I DO have her permission to put this thread up. She will not be on here to respond as she's still working and will be starting treatments.
Anyway, from kayak....Several weeks ago as part of my routine annual physical I had a chest x-ray. When it came back showing some suspicious shadows, the doc ordered a CT scan which also showed the shadows. So last week I had a bronchoscopy and got the results on Monday.
I have lung cancer. The good news is that of the 2 kinds I have the least aggressive kind and it can usually be removed surgically. The bad news is that because of the location of the cancer it can't be gotten to surgically without doing damage to parts I need.
So I'm facing a regimen of chemo and radiation probably. Monday I have an appointment with an oncologist to begin planning how we're going to attack this thing.
Please PLEASE pray for kayak!!!
Dear Lord God, our hearts are heavy tonight with this news from kayak. She is a dear lady who loves you with all of her heart. Thank you for giving her so VERY many prayer warriors, thank you for giving her a WONDERFUL husband who has been nothing but 100% supportive of her.
Lord, I pray for a "Logan Miracle". Lord, please heal her body. Please guide the medical personnel who will be helping her through this. Please give her YOUR peace. Peace that passes all understanding.
In Your Name,
God be with you.
Congratulations! Praise God! Prayers continue...
Amen, strength to all your being, in Jesus' Name. So glad to hear of your trip to see Poppyseed and her family -- and to welcome the little one.
Prayers that you'll have sweet rest, dear FRiend.... Rest and healing for the next step on your road to complete recovery!
Incase you didn't know: Seaweeds help remove radiation from body tissues (heavy metals too).
Moms and daughters and Grand-kiddos ... life keeps on going. *smile*
Okay ... my sister broke her ankle last month and today I took her to several places for treatment, back to her home ... got her settled ... she handed me a grocery list and off I went, in her car.
Parked at the store ... I had my reading glasses on to see what was on the list and .... ka-BOOM ... a very old fellow plowed in to me ... and the air bag deployed and my glasses scrunched and now I look like I am a street fighter who lost round one.
Meanwhile ... I was so worried about the old fellow ... he got out of his car as I got out on mine and he was as white as could be ... trembling and shaking ...
"I'm okay, really, it could have been so much worse." I said, even as blood was running down my face ...
"You are NOT! You are HURT! I DID this!"
Well, yes, he did ... but a stroke is not in order, here.
Anyway ... I made him sit on the curb and put his head between his knees until the police came.
Old souls ... he maybe should not be driving anymore, but leaving control forever and forever being without control ... I don't know ... 'tis tough ... with God's Grace he has lived this long ... I know it is up to Him ... I felt so sorry for him ...
We can all feel so fragile, in those moments least expected ... not anticipated ... never in our plans ... you know what comes next ...
Oh my! So now you look like a prize fighter and your car is broke, too. Prayers for you, Dear One!
Very hopeful news, my friend! Please know that this household will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Every day. Keep us posted!
Oh my ... so much time lapsed ... but not a single second missed having you in my *prayers*, dear kayak ... ... poppyseed! Your new babe ..... keeping you up lots, I imagine .... the most precious, wondrous times on earth ... only you can do for her what you do ... lasting things .... forever things ...
Prayers for you, kid.
Can you even imagine 9 feet of snow?! It boggles my mind, flabs my gasts, as our dear jtill would say
I continue to stalk you, sir. I hope you do not mind. Your thinking ... teaches me.
I can't even imagine 9 inches of snow. That's what happens when you live in CA for umpteen million years.
Seeing the pictures in the paper of people with three story homes snowblowing their roof and the snow up to the second story windows is almost scary. Hope it all stops soon. We need AlGore to send us a little of that Global Warming.
Kay, I pray that your strength returns to you shortly and that your chemo is a breeze. You are on my mind and in my heart and prayers.
Had a great weekend after a rough week ... :-)
Had a lot of nausea during the week that has finally ceased. Boychild and his family came for the weekend and it was a great visit. We celebrated his birthday and mine with cake granddaughter (age 30 months) helped prepare ... :-)
Grandaughter is just precious -- beautiful and smart -- no prejudice there ... ;-)
DIL looks like she is 10 1/2 months pregnant ... supposedly she has another month to go but I don't see her making it that long. We're are quite eager for arrival of Grandchild #6 and Grandson #2.
Will be seeing medical oncologist on Monday, expecting to get details of chemo treatments starting within a couple of weeks.
Still praising the Lord for each day of life and breath!
I am sorry you had a rough week..I am sure you are not very comfortable at all, right now, are you??
But, I do love to hear about the babies..and the new one on the way.
I am so glad that you had a good visit with your son and family.
Please remember that I am thinking of you..and praying for you..
God Bless you and your family, kay
I pray for you and I MISS you, dear Kay!
Congrats on all the grandbabies! You have a right to have both pride and prejudice. :)
BTTT with prayers, Kay...prayers and prayers and prayers!!!
My prayers for you and yours!