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The Road Before & After Surgery
December 29, 2017
ALL Clear Ahead! ;)
Mood:  lucky
Now Playing: Day 2915-Chapter 3... Happiness~My Silver Lining

 

Call me crazy... but I actually don't mind the cold temperatures this morning.

Winter is my favorite season!

After layering my clothes and bundling up with the biggest and warmest coat I could find. Yesterday morning was the truest test of all time to see if I could pass pre-surgical testing for this mornings scheduled surgery.

1 out of 2 over the next few weeks.

My guardian angels must had been by my side. I finally got the long anticipated words, "ALL clear ahead!" FINALLY! This has been a very long time coming! This also can only mean one thing and one thing only. Kenny and Briannna, I not only survived 13 years. But I plan to live 13 plus years more! Amen.

 It's amazing what a huge fire-of-words from others can do for ones outlook on life. The fire within ones soul gets an instant re-ignite!

I will always have low blood pressure issues. I will always have a lower than normal body temperature. That comes with tumors and cancer in general. But this morning as I finish typing... 7:54am. We are getting dressed and on our way to my first of two surgeries. I plan on continuing to battle. Realizing my dreams along the way for a much happier, time to take care of #1~ME... New Year 2018!

Once I am released, there will be plenty to keep our fur children busy while mommy is home finishing up her smooth road to recovery. Yes, as we were told, things will be different after this surgery. Life, once again, will change. But those words couldn't be handed down to a much stronger person. There isn't anyone else that I know that is stronger than me. The one person that I know who is stronger happens to be watching over me from heaven. I am forever blessed by the strength they have handed down to me.

Thanks to those who will be keeping an eye on our fur children. Thank YOU for inspiring me through out my journey. Those who are also bravely battling to live to see another day. KEEP ON! KEEPING ON all YOU brave Viking Warriors!

"Don't let mediocre people talk you out of your dreams. Lions have little in common with sheep."


Posted by GastroparesisAwarenessCampaignOrg. at 7:53 AM EST
Updated: December 29, 2017 7:54 AM EST
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