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Sunday, June 10, 2012

MIRACLES DO HAPPEN

Hello,my friends.Yes,I am a walking,talking,living miracle.I have lived through over 9 terminal diagnosis's.I am here today for a reason,that is for sure.You have to have Faith and Believe.As early as 1996,I had one of my first scares with a date made for surgery to remove my breasts.The miracle was,that a doctor took the time to take a second look at the scan and said that there were six cysts and that they could be drained.I left a whole woman.Since then I have suffered Grand Mal seizures,Bells Palsy,two strokes,two heart attacks,and many more.In 2002 I was diagnosed with "Cirrhosis of the Liver".I was given less then 3 months to live.I weighed 87 lbs.I was dying.I prayed.Three months later,and after stopping alcohol my liver began to regenerate and after ten years of sobriety,I have a new liver.In 2006,the diagnosis of lung cancer was a tough one.I was faced with surgery to remove a 2.2" tumor on my right lobe of my lung.Stage 1 lung cancer.My odds of surgery were not good.I had very bad hypertension(high blood pressure) and had already had a heart attack.They got the cancer ,and I survived the operation and have been free of that for 6 years.God Bless.But yes,unfortunately,there is more.The good news,I am here.The bad news,is that I lost a kidney somehow a couple of years ago,and have been diagnosed with fibromalgia,(hardening of the  arteries}.I am also waiting to hear about a biopsy on my womb,as they suspect cancer there now.Oh well,So Far so good,so I keep the faith and most of all.
I DO BELIEVE IN MIRACLES!
So my friends.Please keep hoping and praying and even make believe that we can get through a lot of challenges in our life ,sometimes.
Til next time remember....

DON'T STOP BELIEVING!

Believe

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your story – I really got a lot from it! You can also find a lot of lung cancer stories and photos of people who have fought the disease here on a site called hello have you heard, about lung cancer: http://www.hellohaveyouheard.com/lung-cancer-awareness-wall/ The stories of survival are so inspiring to read, and give me a lot of hope that one day, we’ll really be able to beat lung cancer.

Near Death Experiences said...

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Patrick said...

Thank you for this. New to lung cancer survivorship I was feeling pretty good following successful surgery and a clean bill of health after 4 month follow up CT scan ... until I started reading lung cancer blogs. While unquestionably stories of courage I was beginning to feel that optimism might be the fool's gold of lung cancer survivorship. Your message and story of don't stop believing was refreshing. Thank you.

Life After Death said...

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Marie H Gjerde said...

Wow, thanks for shearing. You have sure have some history thats stands out. Really hoping the best for you and keep fighting. As you said, believe in miracles!

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