No, a Biopsy Cannot Be Romantic

Well the good news is my sentinel lymph node biopsy is over.  The bad news is I told Trevor to “not smile at me”, to “quit touching my arm” and “you’re chewing too loudly” on our 19th wedding anniversary.  Let’s just say anesthesia does not bring out my best self.   I spent the remainder of the day yesterday in bed or in the bathroom throwing up.  And Trevor might have spent the remainder of the day contemplating the “in sickness and in health” vow we made to one another so long ago.  Seriously, though, Trevor has been so amazing to take care of me throughout all of this.  The emotional and physical toll it has taken already has caught me by surprise.  To have cancer is bad enough, but to have it after what I went through with Jennifer makes it all the more difficult.  But Trevor has been there for everything and he is proving to be the best decision I ever made.

So now we wait.  I should know the results by tomorrow after 3pm.  Your continued prayers are so appreciated.

Thank you for supporting our family on this journey…we could not do it without you.

And since I went on a holy roller kick yesterday, I thought I would share a video (entitled “Lady that has a Bible Verse for Everything”) that has been circulating around and was sent to me by a friend via text.  Sometimes you just need to laugh so that you won’t cry.  Click here to watch.

Until next time…much love to you all & make every day count,


“Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.”  Romans 12:12

3 thoughts on “No, a Biopsy Cannot Be Romantic

  1. I had to share the “Lady who has a verse” video with my co-workers! Laughter is good medicine. Hope you are feeling better and we are praying over those results! Love you friend! 💓🙏🏻

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