Carolyn had her surgery this morning at 6:00. The doctors removed two nodes, one from her breast and another from her groin. Initially, they told us that they would test one before removing the other. Today, however, they said they were going to remove nodes from both spots and do a thorough biopsy on each.
So… Carolyn is sleeping as I type (we just arrived back home), and that sounds good to me too! Whew, after her whirlwind of a Nutcracker photography experience (five straight days) and then surgery, I think I’m going to let her slide for supper tonight…. but not for dessert…. 😉 JUST KIDDING.
We won’t hear back on the biopsies until later this week, so I’ll keep you posted here. Many thanks for the emails, Facebook messages, tweets, and calls!
Our Cancer Saga
Carolyn was first diagnosed with Hodgkin's Disease in 1991. Since then, it's been a wild, crazy cancer saga.
- A Sheep’s Tale
- Our Story, a week in October
- Health update and uncertainty
- Biopsy results…
- Today’s stop: surgeon consultation
- Doctor update
- “As you help us by your prayers”
- Where we are
- Health latest…
- Experiencing intercession
- Two birthdays of good news
- The chemo word
- Surgery today
- A little closure…
- Chemo hero
- Our Story: Miracles
- Another opportunity to trust
- Round 6 update
- A La Carte: Health Update, December Nights kickoff, Saving Change and The First Snow
- Final surgery – Round 6: gratitude in busyness
- Health update 2014
- A little down: health update
- Miracles in the mailbox
- Immeasurably more..
- Moving toward knowledge: surgery
- Cancer hiccups
- A new wrinkle
On this day...
- Christmas "Sections" - 2019
- A friend's faith journey: Phillip Slaughter, Part 1 - 2016
- Our Story: From planting to growth - 2015
- Resisting terror: the VT shooting of December 8, 2011 - 2011
- A viral post: Humor, Jesus and COVID - April 3, 2020
- Everything could change.. what COVID-19 has done for us - March 19, 2020
- How the coronavirus could reshape the university system - March 11, 2020