Saturday, September 05, 2009

CT Scan Update

I just heard about my CT Scan. First of all, there were NO SPOTS on my CT Scan! Praise the Lord and thank you for praying for me.

The result of the CT Scan was that I have an opacity in the lower right lobe indicating an atypical pnuemonia or some sort of a fungal process. They are referring me to a pulmonologist in Tulsa next week.

I want to thank everyone who has prayed for me and my family and ask that you continue to lift us up through this. Thanks to everyone who has provided meals and mowed our lawn. Your acts of kindness we count as God's love in action.


TheStormentGirl said...

I'm thrilled that the news was was a postive NEGATIVE on the spots! I'm glad you are in a process to get to the bottom of it all and get some answers next week with the pulmonologist.

Momma Rouse said...

So good to hear you are doing better. In case you don't remember me, I am Emilea's mom. We hope to be able to attend the launch of the Indian work. Emilea is very interested in what you are doing. Bro. Bill keeps us up-to-date.

Brate said...

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