THIS IS MY STORY . . .

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Jan 14, 2020
Hi, friends!   My surgery (to replace my j-tube and also remove the vascular malformation in the bottom of my right foot) was originally scheduled to be done outpatient at the O.R. in the OHSU Center for Health and Healing at the South Waterfront.   But, I saw the “pre-op medicine” doctor last week, and after the appointment, she got in touch with the head of Anesthesiology and my surgeon.  Because I went into septic shock and had to go to ICU about 12 hours after my last surgery in 2018, they all agreed that this surgery should be done at the South O.R. up at the [...]
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Jul 14, 2017
Hi friends,   Wow!!  So much has happened, but I will just go right in and try to tell you everything..   The last week of June, I started feeling very off with episodes of nausea and severe head pain (not my "normal") all over....it even hurt to move my eyes. :(  So on Tuesday the 27th, I decided to check my temperature.  It was 100.9 degrees...I thought that was weird and wondered if it was registering correctly.  The next day, my nurse came over for my weekly blood draw and port needle/dressing site change.  She checked my vitals like she always does.  If I [...]
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Mar 7, 2017
"The manifestation of God's glory is not limited to miraculous healing. God refused to remove the apostle Paul's "thorn" of suffering so His grace might be seen and proven sufficient.  Though no one would choose hardships, there is no greater proof of God's power and grace than when He gives a person supernatural strength within the pain.  Such men, women, and children experience God's glory in a way which most of us know nothing.  Often this brings greater impact from God than would a miraculous healing!" ~Glory in Suffering   Hello friends,   *This update is [...]
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