Tag: surgery

Sep 02

EatSmart Precision MaxView Digital Bathroom Scale

  Hello friends, well it has been a little over two weeks since I started my weight loss journey and am proud to report that I am down 4 lbs already – Yay me!  I’m not one who likes to weigh in every day even if it’s thought to be more of a motivator if …

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Mar 27

Thankful Thursday | Featured OWNer

Hello Friends and Happy Thankful Thursday I am writing this post Saturday night a few days before hubby’s surgery, and deep in my heart I know that he will do well and all the cancer will be removed. #InJesusName and for that I will forever be THANKFUL. (UPDATE – CANCEROUS TUMOR WAS REMOVED WEDNESDAY MORNING …

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Mar 26

Prayer Warriors for Gregory Blake

Surgery is scheduled for this morning at 8:30 am Please Pray for my husband!    

Mar 18

Cancer Doesn’t Care | Small Intestinal Cancer

“I was a senior in High School when my father was diagnosed with cancer” Most of us has read or at least heard this statement, or you may have even said it yourself, I just never thought my youngest son would be uttering these words… Yes, my husband of 23 years was recently diagnosed with …

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Jun 23

He Grew Up Way Too Fast!

He was born way too early – 3 months premature weighing only 2.8 pounds (1992) Then he was FIVE – last surgery to repair his esophagus…first solid meal…removal of feeding tube (1997) Then he was TEN – struggling in school but surviving…facing all odds..learning new things (2002) Then he was FIFTEEN – a teenager…tall and …

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Sep 06

Vacation Day with the doctors

I am on staycation today but it’s not being spent lying poolside, instead it’s in and out of doctor offices. Tayair had dental appointment for two cavities on his front teeth and then an orthodontist appointment to put the wires back onto his braces. He usually goes solo to his appointments but I needed to …

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Jun 23

No longer a Teenager – My Miracle Son

20 years ago today, I gave birth to a 2.5 lb, 3 month preemie who wasn’t supposed to live; hospitalized until December 1, 1992; RSV, pneumonia, asthma, respiratory distress; too many surgeries and out patient procedures to remember; NICU, PICU, Nurses n Kids feeding tube inserted until he was five; speech therapy; occupational therapy; Nebulizer, …

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