Teresa L’s Story

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Journal entry by Teresa L Wright

Why me? I’ve asked this question as I know many others have asked it as well. Some people say God knew I was strong enough to get through it. I’m a survivor of many things, always had to fight to survive. Now it’s a real fight for my life and I plan on winning this battle! 

Allergies almost killed me several years ago, not a joke was allergic to over 30 foods and never knew what might end up being my last bite that ended my life. God healed me of all of them. I have faith and know if he chooses to heal me of cancer he will. 

This battles been one I've been fighting as an unknown illness, the pain and fatigue and everything that comes with it. Misdiagnosed for right at 10 years or so. All the back pain and “Fibromyalgia “ pain has pointed to this Ugly thing called Cancer! Yep I’ve had this undiagnosed for so long it shocked my dr and nurses that I’ve done this without the help of pain medication. My nurse said I was one strong cookie! I plan on continuing no pain meds except Tylenol and ibuprofen as long as my body can tolerate it. 

Just keep me and my family in your prayers it’s hard on my kids and grandkids!

Also hard on others who love me as well. Just know I’m not giving up just plugging along!! 

My my next round of chemo “ round 2” is tomorrow and Wednesday so remember me in prayers especially tomorrow I call it Hell Day!! Thanks so much for the love and support!! 
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