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Ouch. Sorry the New Year is starting this way for you. Your photo is beautiful. So delicate. Fragile. Take care of yourself.
I'm so sorry that 2008 hasn't been treating you well. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Your photo is beautiful, and I'm so glad your son is ok. I would have that biopsy. Odds are everything will be ok but if you chose to wait you'll probably just worry for six months...
Nice photo, I do hope all turns out ok, If you had the biopsy you would know, if you wiat 6 months -you will worry and its not good to worry for 6 months.Glad your son is safe too, must have been a shock, poor lad.
That isn´t really a good start but take it easy. Hope and faith will be always guiding you.
Kerri, I'm sorry to hear all this. Praise God that your son came out of the wreck ok! I will be praying for the other problem to work out ok also. I hope the rest of the year will be much better for you.
Lovely photo! Delicate.You are having a tough start to the year. Two scary events. So glad your son is OK. My understanding is that the earlier the diagnosis, the better chance of a cure.Best to you and yours.
Kerri, I'm so sorry to here about your difficulities. Thankfully your son is okay. Cars can be replaced, people can't. I agree with the others that 6 months of worry isn't a healthy thing. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.Sue
Dear Kerri,When it rains is pours, so they say. I agree with CG, waiting for six months would wear me out. And I am glad you son in OK. Accidents happen every day but not to ones we love.Oooo...2008 must get better for you!Hugs.
Hi dear Kerri, I love you great photo, its mayby expressing how you are seing things in life , you are a great person ,beautiful and fragile but strong! Well I hope with you for the better results, always keep hoping for better moments, and keep focussed on the future, I know this sounds easy maybe , but I wish you all my war love I have, you need a lot of power, here I blow some strenght, love and power to you me dear Pfffffff!!!Kisses for your son and you,Take care!!!! You are not alone!JoAnn from Holland
That's a very pretty photo, Kerri. Oh man, and about the other problems, my dear friend, it's just not good timing, is it, but then when is it? I would definitely do the biopsy as waiting will only drive you insane, perhaps it's as simple as a cyst, let us pray. Oh, I will pray for strength for you through this... it will be ok.~Michele~
Wow, what a scary beginning to the year. I do know that there are a LOT of "things" they see in mammograms that turn out to be nothing. So the odds are definitely in your favor. But I can imagine how scary it still is. I probably wouldn't wait, just because it would drive my nutty. Take care. I am sure everything will be fine.
It's got to get better for you. Like many others that have commented here, I would opt for the biopsy. Six months of wondering would be hard to bear.
I'm very sorry to hear all these. But you must remember. All things change. Patience. Need to see the happy side. Indeed you are a photographer and photographers looking for the optimistic and beauty. I wish you the best
Hi, thanks for your visit :) Hope that 2008 will continus in a better way for you, all my wishes.
It will get better.Easier said than done, but "Don't stand there worrying, do something, if you can't do something, don't worry"I go along with Mac - its better to find out and then if necessary take corrective action.
Your son is safe. So the year did infact begin well. I'll keep you in my prayers.
web'oj summed up my reaction to your post.give praise that your son is fine - that's a wonderful start to the new year.i'll be praying that everything else is all clear.
Prayers, thoughts adn concerns for all of you
I am a bit behind these days. SO sorry to hear about your son's accident. Glad he is alright. More importantly, I am concerned with you. My wife also had a similar threat, bit just small and non threatening. Get the biopsy ASAP. Do not wait 6 months, get it takne care of in the early stages. Take care.
Oh Kerri..I'm so sorry I missed this post yesterday. I see by the post above you are feeling better so thats a great thing... a big hug from Old Wom is winging its way down the lines right now.
Kerri, it would all be okay ....am glad your son is fine.......it always looks worse than it really is ....take good care of yourself :)
Oh wow!!! So sorry to hear about your son's accident!! God was truly watching out for him that night!! I can understand your fear and apprehension of what to do after the mammogram results. You should ask them to do a fine need aspiration of the cyst they have found. It only leaves a small prick scar and they can take a sample of the cyst for further tests. I should know...I had it done. Then they can determine whether surgery/treament is necessary or not. I will keep you in my prayers!
wow Kerri, that sounds a lousy way to start the year, I DO hope all goes well with the follow up tests, and thank goodness your son is ok, even if the car isn't!May it only get better from here!!
Hi KerriI am sorry I have not been keeping up, I hope that you are feeling better by now, I'm keeping you in my thoughtsLizzy