Tuesday, December 07, 2004
I'm Baaaack!
It seems as though a lifetime has passed between surgery last Thursday and today. So much has happened! While I plan to tell the whole story, I cannot go any further without expressing my heartfelt gratitude. Thank you so much for the messages, the calls, the email, and the good thoughts. I have literally been overwhelmed with support and love. Thank you especially for the prayers. God has once again answered all of our prayers generously. Surgery went very well and the pathology report is excellent: there were no residual signs of cancer!

I want to share all about the surgical experience, what I have learned about Seventh Day Adventists, the definition of compassion, more about pathology, and the joy I feel right now just five days out from surgery (quite a combination!). However, I have done a little too much today and could never handle this much arm movement without having to double up on the pain medication! Look for a flurry of posts over the next few days. Between telling my stories and and answering email, I should be occupied for a little while at least! (Thank goodness because I really am bored!)

I do have just one thought to share before closing. In the early days of this blog I included a scripture passage at the bottom of the page from Romans, "Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer." This passage came alive in my journey.

I remain always joyful.
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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    "Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer." Romans 12:12