Scans and Results

Hey guys! I’m updating here because I know some of you have been following this journey with me for quite some time through my blogs and I wanted to share the good news with all of you! My most recent scans came back completely clear – check it out in my oncologist’s own words!

This is always a great thing to hear, obviously! The truth is, scan time brings about a lot of anxiety. My life is pretty much back to normal now and one little blip on the radar would mean the start up again of scans, treatments, and endless appointments. Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful for modern medicine! But every time I see my results in and I’m about to click I have to take a deep breath and I think to myself “ready or not…”

Because I’m truly not ready for the implications of a bad scan. There’s always that fear that something is still lurking although in my heart I know that’s not true. God is good regardless, but I’m thanking Him for His provision in this moment. God has taught me so much in all of this and has given me so many opportunities to speak at churches and proclaim His goodness and I’m so grateful for that and am ALWAYS blessed and encouraged by the people I meet in these times. The Spirit is working in my life in big ways and so I’ll continue to trust and follow πŸ’•

“As for me, I trust in the Lord” Psalm 31:6

Scans are never fun, but my heart and prayers are going to those who got bad news, who aren’t feeling well, who feel hopeless. If you’d like me to pray for you or a loved one, leave a message here or email me at or if you know me in person, get at me!

I know some of you feel me here!! Wishful thinking, I suppose 😊

19 thoughts on “Scans and Results

  1. Praising and Thanking God that you’re still doing well! I am always so happy to read anything from you! Stay encouraged Honey- God is really Blessing you Beautifully and that brings and smile to my face and joy to my heart watching Him work through YOU!! May The Father continue to Bless you and your family even more so!🌺
    Mrs. Teresa

  2. The last 4 years I’ve been dealing with a rare head/neck cancer and, like you, tons of petscans, surgeries, removal of right side lymphs and now tumors on the brain. 46 Radiation, chemo, Keytruda & 7 surgeries ……. and hearing loss in right ear. Reading your blog has been such an encouragement and I, too, remain positive and add a little humor (ice cream is my favorite infusion) and a tremendous amount of prayer support, encouragement and love of friends and family here at Garden Spot Village. I’ve been going to Hershey Cancer Ctr. and we have a friend in common …. Laurie Chambers. God is good all the time, all the time God is good !!!!

  3. So I just “binged- read” your blog posts from April (on your 34th birthday!) to this last post. And I am smiling!! I truly love reading your posts. (I will make sure I keep up with them from now on, I can’t believe I was so far behind!) Praise God for the way He has preserved your life. Truly miraculous. And praise God for the work He continues to do in you and through you, as you minister to and bless others.
    I pray that God continues to lead and guide you, and show you what He has for you. I also pray for continued health, and healing from the side effects of your treatment. May your rest in Him fully and completely. May you know that you are beautiful, inside and outside. I pray you see that beauty when you look in the mirror. Don’t let satan tell you otherwise, because it’s not true. You are beautiful.
    May God richly bless you and your family.

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