February 8, 2016: The End Draws Nearer

The title is a bit deceiving and is still 100% truth. Each day that ends does truly draw me closer to the end of my life and you to yours. That’s the truth part. The deceiving side is I believe I’m drawing closer to the end of my fight against cancer. It is a bit deceiving though because some will say I have no idea when “the end” actually comes. I say that faith tells me it is near. 


Tomorrow morning before the rooster crows, I’ll leave for yet another surgery – a total hysterectomy this time. Why? One, my girlie parts are “toxic”, AKA breeding ground for cancer! Secondly, hormones seem to act like fertilizer for the type of cancer I had. In theory, no more hormones, no more cancer. 


I’m to a point where I believe God is showing me the light at the end of the tunnel. Please keep us all in your prayers though. As scheduled, I should be out of surgery before my kids even start school tomorrow. I think this will be good for them. By ten, I should be awake again and ready for a nap. 


God has a plan, and as always it is good!


About courage2conquercancer

At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is an account of my journey from my discovery and beyond.
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