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Oct 21, 2016
Pink has been my favorite color ever since I can remember, who would of thought it was going to be so meaningful in my life. On September 23rd, following my second mammogram ever and a few different Dr. appointments I got the call no one wants to hear. I have breast cancer, DCIS Ductal Carcinoma in Situs. All I heard was Cancer, the C word you don't ever want hear, especially when you have young children. The next few weeks were just unbelievably crazy, since the doctors move very fast paced. I didn't know if I was in a dream or it was actually reality. But sure enough it was my new reality. I would be facing surgery, a very easy decision if they tell you you need to get rid of the cancer. However, in reality this decision was a hard one, since I would be facing complete removal of my 2 breast with follow up reconstruction process of several months and more surgery. Praying I don't need any other treatment.
God is so good and I trust fully in his healing power. I am fully supported by my entire family and encouraging friends that send scripture and encouraging messages daily. I'm reminded not to fear and stand strong and fight this. I don't know how long of journey this will be, but I hope to come through a greater warrior in the Lords army. He is my smtrentgh and I lay my eyes on him. To him I give the glory to a victorious out come.