I saw the oncologist yesterday. It’s been a little over a month since the mastectomy which was 9/27. Next Wednesday 11/9, I’ll start weekly chemo X 12 and Herceptin every 3 weeks for a year. I am doing physical therapy for a post op axillary contracture and I am thankful for the progress I am making.
“Be Thou my vision, Jesus…
When darkness is pressing in, may You be the Light that guides me.
When it’s hard to see, may I seek Your face.
When doubts overwhelm me, may I rest in Your promises.
When things are falling apart, may I trust that you are holding me, holding everything, together.
When the future is uncertain, may I trust Your Word.
When I’m sinking, may I reach for Your hand.
When the world gets loud, may I listen and hear Your voice.
When I am lonely, may You be my Constant Companion.
When my heart is aching, may You be my Comforter.
When it’s hard to breathe, may Your grace be my breath.
When my soul is weary, may You be my Rest.
When the days are long and stressful, may You be my Peace.
When fear creeps in, may You be my Courage.
When I’m broken, may You be my Hope.
When this world wears me out and breaks me down and stomps on my heart a bit, may You be my vision, the only One I seek…because You are always good and You always love and You’ve already won.
So help me remember.
Help me see.
Help me really see.
Be Thou my vision, O Lord of my heart.”
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