I wasn't wrong. I was right.
Tomorrow at 12:45p.m., I begin chugging the barium jazz, with raspberry highlights. My son tells me they "redid" the waiting room, so if I want, I can now chug it in private, while sitting in a cubicle. Good grief..
The actual CAT scan is at 2 pm.
Why all this fun?
My new Dr thinks I may have some weird, rare type of hernia. Spigelion. Probably named after some guy with the same name. Wow. To have a hernia named after you! A CAT scan is the way to diagnose it.
I don't know how we did it, but my brother has a PET scan tomorrow..Pray for my Mom ok?
Can you imagine?!!
He has some type of tissue on his carotid artery-- they are going to rule out more squamous cell carcinoma with his scan. We are all praying it is simply scar tissue from the radiation.
Here we go again, with the waiting stuff.
Tonight I was plunkin around on the piano. It is my new strategy to stay out of the kitchen. I like to eat when I'm nervous or scared...I couldn't find the hymnal, so I found On Eagle's Wings. Based on Psalm 91. Hannah played it last year..oh it so beautiful!!
"You who dwells in the shelter of the Lord, who abide in His shadow for life, say to the Lord "My refuge, My God in whom I trust!"
During small group tonight, we read from Psalm 106. The people of Isreal had made idols. It says,
"They exchanged their glory for the image of an ox that eats grass."
Then it states simply,"They forgot God their Saviour, who had done great things in Egypt."
I am not forgetting all You have done for me Lord! Oh please allow me to remember all Your benefits..
While I wait tomorrow, and the next few days for results, I will deliberately think on good things, lovely things, pure things and right things. I will choose to set my mind on YOU. When fear comes knockin at my door, I will do a front kick in it's face! Yep, I can kick that high!
I need to go to bed. I have to get up at 1am to take my first prednisone. Sleep will be difficult after that...
Sorry for the rambling...
He is faithful,