Monday, August 29, 2011

Day Four

Today was the fourth day of radiation. Last Wednesday, the first day, I had a seizure about an hour after treatment. What a way to start and in particular to begin the all too human practice of building anxiety around an traumatic event. Though these seizures are short, they are very uncomfortable and apparently, unpredictable. Two things we hate.

At this point what I am experiencing are headaches about a half hour after the treatment. The battle in my mind is not to look down the long road ahead of 26 more exposures and wonder how bad it will get. I am being forced to live each day within it's day.

Matthew 6:34
"So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself.
Each day has enough trouble of its own."


sue said...

Tracey..u are a true warrior!! I watched your transformation from death to light!! I can't imagine what you're going through now, but God is so evident through your's amazing!..l think and pray for you sister. Luv u. :)

Steph said...

One day, one hour, one moment at a time. Live in the now. Endeavor to focus on the present. You have the mind of Christ. Take up the shield of faith and the helmet of salvation.
Ephesians 6:16,17