I can’t help but think of the hope we have in Jesus as the Advent season is about to begin. Here's one of my favorite versions of this song, click here. What does hopeful anticipation look like when you’re worn out and weary? As we approach this year’s season of advent, the ultimate season of… Continue reading The thrill of hope, a weary world rejoices.
This time last year I was going to get an MRI "just to double check" that cancer was not in my body. I had checkups every 6 months because of my mom's early diagnosis. Little did I know, a few days later I would get news that I never saw coming. I've learned a lot… Continue reading What I’ve learned this year.
Nope, I'm not going to say... it pours. While I certainly have felt that way lately, I refuse to buy into the saying "when it rains, it pours."Let me explain.Disclaimer: its late and I have surgery at 11:00 tomorrow morning (Monday, Aug 14th). It should be a quick 1-2 hour surgery with (hopefully) minimal pain… Continue reading When it rains…
The waiting period for getting the last test result in was hard. I waited for 6 weeks, should have been 12-14 days, but I know that the delay was not by chance. The Lord truly had His hand in all of this. Deuteronomy 31:8 - The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you;… Continue reading Waiting and Knowing.
Oh Happy Day!! We are all celebrating at the Wisnewski house!!! *Picture taken by Sarah My doctor called me this morning with the BEST possible news that any breast cancer patient could have possibly received. I am thrilled to tell you that my pathology report showed a few things... aka ONLY GOD!! Your prayers are… Continue reading Pathology report and post-surgery update.
Well... post surgery is here and whoa it hit me like a freight train. I knew it was going to be hard, but I also know the really bad part is only going to be for a few more days. I am very hopeful. The GOOD! YALL - this is the really, REALLY good part...… Continue reading Post-Surgery: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.
When I found out that I (possibly) had cancer from the MRI results, I sent out an email for close friends and family to pray. The last post was the first email I sent out... I didn't know that I had cancer yet, this is the 2nd email (below). I still didn't know and we… Continue reading Cancer – Part 2.
On Monday, March 20th, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I’ve spent the past week researching, crying, learning new names for words I previously had never heard, going to multiple doctors appointments, and countless conversations with all my doctors (there are so many now!) to figure out what treatment will look like for me for… Continue reading Cancer – Part 1.