Today was a good day. Amy had her strength up today for the doctor’s visit. I praise God for all that he has done in our lives so far. We truly feel blessed even in the middle of the storm.
I remember sitting in the emergency room with my wife on January first as the doctors examined her to see what was wrong. They said that they wanted to do a CT scan. After several hours, the results came back and they told us the news. It was like a dream. We sat in shock absorbing the news that she had a large tumor in the left side of her brain. After that, they did an MRI and the next day a biopsy of the tumor.
The first week in the hospital went by so fast most of it was a blur. It is amazing how affected the brain is when it has a traumatic injury. It affects everything in your life.
This is my bride back in 2004. It is hard to believe that we have been married for 15 years. It feels like a lifetime, but we still have a lifetime to go. She is fighting for her life and the hopes are high. In the next couple of weeks, she’ll start regular treatments every day to fight cancer in her brain. We’ll be driving 2 hours a day to the hospital.
Thank you so very much to everyone for all of your support so far. We have a very long road ahead, but I am glad that today was a great day for my bride (Amy). She is an amazing woman, mother, best friend, and wife. I’m am so blessed to have her in my life.