Step One

I see a lot of posts this morning about the storm. It messed up sleep, morning drives and early Tater Day plans.
It was exactly what I needed, though. My first thoughts were,
“I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder. Thy pow’r throughout the universe displayed. Then sings my soul, my savior God, to thee. How great thou art. How great thou art.”
Worry, dread and anxiety are human. Storms are not. I’m thankful that He who controls these storms, also navigates me through mine. Going to be a long day, but at least I’m reminded I’m not alone.


That was my Facebook status this morning.  I finally made it to my biopsy at 3, and made the best of an uncomfortable situation by doing what I do best when I’m nervous.  Talking. A lot. About everything.  It was relatively painless, just no more comfortable than a normal yearly.  I’m kinda crampy now, so the LEO has gone out to grab a pizza.

Also, he made me midnight brownies last night because I was so on edge.  What did I do to deserve that kind of special treatment?

I really should learn to just patiently wait until something is over. Instead, I can’t shut up when I’m nervous. Luckily, my doctor has been around me a few years, so I’m sure he knew what to expect.

On a superficial level, everything looked ok.  Should know something from the lab in a week or two.

Will advise when I get some news.





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