In December it will be two years since I had brain surgery. I’m feeling so much better now than I was before the surgery. I can function on a daily basis, and my head doesn’t feel like it is going to explode anymore. I also don’t feel like the floor is being jerked out from underneath me.
While all of that is good, there are still a few things I’m working on. I’m working on getting all the feeling back in my leg and foot, I still have a few migraines here and there, I still have some fatigue, and I have a bit of trouble with my memory. That is not to bad from what I was like two years ago!
I’m so thankful that things are so much better than they were in 2013. I am now able to homeschool my son; I can go places, and do something with my family.
One thing I feel like I need to say about the whole brain surgery thing is that I had praying doctors and nurses. I had praying friends and family. I genuinely believe that it made a world of difference in the outcome of my surgery and recovery. When I went to see my family physician right before I had surgery, he prayed with Greg and I right there in his office. Then when I was in the OR, the nurses prayed over me before they put me under. I was so blessed. I can’t thank everyone enough for their love prayers and support! Most of all, I have to thank my Lord and Savior for keeping me safe and bringing me through the fire.