In the Eye of the Storm

This guy is pretty funny:


As Hurricane Matthew nears closer and closer to Florida  and we prepare for it’s expected significant impact later today and tomorrow, I am reminded of the song, “In the Eye of the Storm”:  It’s so good that we can trust the Lord in ALL the storms of life!  He will carry us through each and every hard thing He allows.  May we keep our eyes fixed on Him.

Continuing my second 1000 gifts gratefulness list:


Exodus 14:14New Living Translation (NLT)

14 The Lord himself will fight for you. Just stay calm.”

Exodus 14:14 King James Version (KJV)

14 The Lord shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.

Exodus 14:14New International Version (NIV)

14 The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.”

42. Happy news from my surgeon re: the operative path report confirming no sentinel node lymph node involvement and stage 1 cancer (It was stage 3a in the other breast) which means chemo but no need for radiation this time around, yeah!

Update and Prayer requests:

-Safety and His protection for all through Hurricane Matthew

-Overall I have been recovering well since my mastectomy and port placement last Tuesday but  I have not been feeling as well the last few days and am laying low.  I have a drain in my chest that can come out when it’s output is less than 20cc in 24 hours.  I had 17 cc one day then it jumped up to 46 cc the next.  It would be wonderful to consistently have minimal drainage and be able to get that irritating thingamabopper out soon!  Please pray for God’s wisdom and  guidance for my oncologist in determining the best protocol for chemo on top of the year of IV Herceptin. I will see him on Monday.

Thanks! 😉


3 thoughts on “In the Eye of the Storm

  1. So glad that the pathology report was good! I’m praying for quick healing, less drainage, and encouragement from unexpected sources!


  2. May God be with you with safety and peace. Pray for us to get through the storm. Looks like we are staying at home in Jacksonville.


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