Sunday, January 19, 2014

Sundays


Sundays are great but they can be exhausting for a pastor & his family.  We had another great Sunday with a special singer, Gloria Elliott.  But now I'm in my fleeced PJ's checking my emails, fb and doing a quick update on my blog.  By the end of Sunday, there is always a sign of relief that it is over to be honest....I don't think there is any pastor who would not agree with me (unless they were trying to prove how "spiritual" they were....I'm not ....LOL) 

One of the nicest things was we welcomed two new members into our church!  Joe & Caroline joined this morning:)   Eight new members in 2 weeks!  Love it!!!!!  And love them, two of the sweetest people:)

Tomorrow Jon & Shad have off...yeah!  I have a doctor's appointment in the morning but the rest of the day is free!

Last night I found the report from my last thyroid ultrasound almost 4 years ago and it made me feel much better.  Back then the cyst in question was 1cm....now it is only 1.2 cm....  meaning it grew just 2mm in 4 years....WHEW!  After reading that last report it encouraged me.  I somewhat feel like the medical group I am going to tends to send patients to specialists for everything as the group has their own specialists, therefore it makes them more money to refer someone.  Not that this shouldn't be checked out but the language on the report is so different (in an alarmist way) than the other reports I have going back 7 years.  Anyhow....I'm calming down a bit!

Well it is cold here in Florida!  Sometimes it is cold in the norming, and you dress accordingly THEN by lunch time you are dying of heat exhaustion!   Not so today!  I wore a sweater dress all day and was quite comfortable:) 

We are going to sit and watch a movie tonight and eat popcorm:)  Hope you have a good night and a nice day off tomorrow (if you have the day off!)

3 comments:

  1. Glad God is guiding your thoughts, even down to what you read...like an old medical report!

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  2. Hi Yvonne! I am Sarah. I am not sure how I found your blog, I believe thru Reece's Rainbow (long story, I did some notary work for a person who adopted from there) and I am reading that you mentioned thyroid cysts. I am 36 yrs old, and I was diagnosed with Thyroid cancer at 22. I have had my thyroid removed but I still live with cancer. As odd as it sounds, thyroid cysts are probably easily treated. The worst is probably the biopsy. I can be stressful, but continue to trust in God, I am sure you will be fine! I Would love to share my story with you! I love reading about your beautiful family (and your chocolate lab, I love labs), I will pray for your health issues.

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  3. Hi Yvonne! I am Sarah. I am not sure how I found your blog, I believe thru Reece's Rainbow (long story, I did some notary work for a person who adopted from there) and I am reading that you mentioned thyroid cysts. I am 36 yrs old, and I was diagnosed with Thyroid cancer at 22. I have had my thyroid removed but I still live with cancer. As odd as it sounds, thyroid cysts are probably easily treated. The worst is probably the biopsy. I can be stressful, but continue to trust in God, I am sure you will be fine! I Would love to share my story with you! I love reading about your beautiful family (and your chocolate lab, I love labs), I will pray for your health issues.

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