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The Nine Days That My Breast Stood Still (Part Two) ***"You may be thinking that I am crazy right now and that I should be focusing on the fact that there are two foreign lumps in my breast. I am sure this isn’t the first time—and it won’t be the last—you will ever think that I am crazy. But then again… what I do think is crazy is me trying to play God. I know that there are somethings I can do, and some things I can’t do. I know there are some more things I can do through prayer and even more things I can do through prayer and work. At the end of it all, I am not God. God is God. He does not need me to do his job and let’s be truthful, I am in no way equipped to even attempt to try. By Day Six I had already said my prayers (had a few conversations with God) and I knew no matter the outcome that it was going to be either good, great or good up [I love that Jamaican phrase]....." *****READ THE FULL POST AT WWW.UNCAGEDPHOENIX.COM or click on my profile link
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X doesn’t mark the spot... they put a grid on my back, scanned with CT, pulled me out, marked an X, scanned again, took a core sample, looked under a microscope, scanned again, took another core, lather/rinse/repeat until they were happy with the bite they took. I feel like I got stabbed all the way through to my abs. Here’s to answers! .