We made our way down to Houston (taking a whole new route through Waco, I might add) yesterday. We started the morning off early at MD Anderson by getting an ultrasound on the infamous lump.
Ultrasound showed that I have a mixture of fat and scar tissue that are forming the big lump. According to the doctor, “We are comfortable with the look and have no concerns.”
Music to our ears.
One thing that has been pretty tricky during this cancer debacle is second opinions.
It kind of just confuses me even more.
In life, I’m a huge fan of second opinions. And third. And fourth.
On Sept. 18, Jenny posted her thoughts on the one-year anniversary of her diagnosis.
A few days later my boss asked if Jenny would mind if The Oklahoman re-published the blog post in The Oklahoman in October during breast cancer awareness month.
A delayed, but nonetheless heartfelt thank you goes out to everyone who came to the RFC a couple of Sundays ago. It is pretty awesome to be surrounded by such supportive people. Here are a few pics of my amazing friends.
Feb. 12, 2014 is the big day.
We would have loved to do it sooner. We thought we might get scheduled before Christmas or in early January, but given the choice, I’d much rather have Dr. DeSnyder performing the surgery. So we will wait for her to return from maternity leave.
I’ll start with the good news.
The good news is that when we come to MD Anderson, I get to eat this: