Short post this morning. In a few hours I head off to see the surgeon for a follow-up appointment. We’ll be talking about my upcoming surgery (should take place late December/early January) to reverse this ostomy. And boy do I have some questions. I hope he’s ready. Last surgery I felt like I backed into it with my eyes closed and woke up unprepared for what I had to handle. Not this time. I want to go into this thing with my eyes wide open.

Also, came upon this fragment of a verse today and wanted to pass it along as it is something that’s on my mind a lot these days. Psalm 90:9b . . . we finish our years like a sigh.

Seven little words that say so much. I’ll let you think on that phrase a bit. I don’t want to spoil anything with my two cents.


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Posted on September 9, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Susan J. Reinhardt

    Hi Mike -We’re praying. Just remember, when they tell you every possible scenario, it doesn’t mean those things are a foregone conclusion. Only God’s peace coming over me kept me from freaking out at what the doctor and anesthesiologist said might happen. They don’t factor in one major thing: prayer. There are a lot of folks out here praying for you and your family. Blessings,Susan 🙂


  2. Wow, what a verse. Lovely.I’ll be praying for you.


  3. Hey,Fellow ostomate and believer here. Just wanted to offer my support. Found your blog through my Google alert for “ostomy”.Hope your appt. went well. Blessings to you!Kristin


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