Well my mom just called me a few minutes ago and the convo started like this,
Mom: Well I really didnt want to say anything to you about this but dad made me he said you have the right to know it from me not here it from someone at work.(We both work for the same headstart.)
Me: Mom are you ok?
Mom: Yeah but my bloodwork came back off and they were doing scans of all my vital organs and they found gallstones and polyps on my gallbladder...I'm not telling Gramma or anyone in Oregon because you know how they will worry because this is how grampa's cancer started.
My grandfather was having problems with his gallbladder had it removed and suffered a most horrible death from cancer after his surgery and I am absolutely terrified for my mother...Please keep her in your prayers, she goes back to her specialist on the 22nd of this month. Pray for it just to be a bad gallbladder and no cancer. Also please pray for her not to be scared, she is very scared...We just lost my aunt 2 weeks ago to cancer also. I'm trying very hard not to cry....
- Kayla Casanova
- Oklahoma, where the buffalo roam..., United States
- Hello, My name is Kayla I am 26 years old, married to a pretty great guy and childless...I found out four years ago that I have PCOS(poly cystic ovarian syndrome, google it.) three out of those four years we have been trying to conceive our first child. Somewhere along that journey I have become lost...I'm not the same girl I used to be and would desperately like to go back but I can't find the way. I have become cold, careless, bitter, bitchy, jealous, and sad. Most of the time I'm angry and everyday I ask myself why. Boo-hoo I know. I created this blog as an outlet for my everyday stresses and also as a support system for myself on this journey back to who I really am. My goals are to rebuild my faith in god and his love for me, learn to care about myself again so I can be a better person to others, and to try and get my baby that I so desperately want and have been trying for three of the hardest years of my life. Thank you for reading.