I just finished writing in my journal tonight and thought I’d share with you my entry because today was my “March 11th Day”:
Today marks the one year anniversary of the cortisone shot that I had in the bottom of my right foot. Those were hard days after I had that procedure. The unrelenting pain was horrible. And yet…I see God’s providence throughout it all. If I didn’t get that shot, I probably would still be tip-toeing on my right foot, wondering why I still have lingering foot pain 8 months after my hemangioma surgery. So God brought me to two OHSU dermatologists. He brought good out of bad—Even though that shot made things worse and not better, I’m so thankful I had it done because the doctors answered the question as to why I had so much foot pain after that surgery. They diagnosed me with CRPS. I was no longer left in the dark. And so began that long journey since then… But today, I still say with all my heart that God is good all the time! 🙂 Without Him, I couldn’t have survived these long months! He has carried me through it all!
Stay tuned for Part 2 of this post on Tuesday… 😉