I’m gonna love you through it
I remember when I went for my mammogram and sonar thereafter. I was waiting in the doctor’s office. Alone. I didn’t have to be alone. My mom badly wanted to go with me but I wanted to face it alone. I remember sending my mom a message “The doctor thinks it is cancer”
I cannot image what she must have thought. She wanted to drive to the doctor’s office but I said that I was fine.
I remember going for the biopsy. Alone. I didn’t want anyone else to worry or go through that.
I went back to the doctor when he got the results. Alone.
Again, not because I had to but because I handle tough situations like that.
I was alone when the doctor said he had bad news. That it was cancer. I was calm. Listened to his thoughts and what we needed to do next.
I walked out of his office and saw my dad in the waiting room. We know that lady who works there and he phoned her to hear what the results were.
All of a sudden I wasn’t alone and I didn’t want to be. My daddy was there.
I’m a proud person and I don’t think that is such a good personality trait to have. I needed to see my dad there.
I have since learned that so many people want to be there. So many people want to love me through this.
Tommie takes time of from work to go to appointments with me. The children go way and beyond. My brothers, sisters (in-law). My friends. People who I hardly knew have fast become close friends. People want to help.
They want to love me through this.
I heard this song and cried. My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer about two weeks ago.
I want to love her through this. I understand now how important it is for me to allow others to love me through this.
Mom, I can’t fix this. I can’t make it better. I can’t take it away but I can love you through this.
Yes. Love changes everything. 💜
December 2, 2017 at 10:45 pm
Wr will all love you and your Mom through this
December 3, 2017 at 1:38 am
Thank you. You have done so much already.
December 3, 2017 at 9:53 am
Oh Melany what can one say? Thank God we have each other and yes we must and will Love each other through this.
I can’t even imagine what you felt like having to hear that terrible news alone😢😢. They immediately fetched your Dad for me when they saw the cancer in the Mammogram.
You will never be alone again, that I promise you. I Love you very much and wish I can take it from you. 😘❣️
December 3, 2017 at 6:31 am
I’m glad Dad was there for you. We will get through this together 💜
December 3, 2017 at 9:52 am
Wow – just WOW! You guys have a lot to deal with! Still sending (and now doubling) prayers from here. For BOTH you and your Mom! XOXO
December 5, 2017 at 2:23 am
Thank you. I was shocked when I found out about my mom. I just couldn’t believe it.
December 5, 2017 at 3:30 am