Thursday, 29 October 2015

Healing Time......


For the past few weeks I've been yo-yoing between good news, bad news, good news bad news.....
Its been a gruelling process of uncertainty.
However, I can now say that the biopsy did prove that *it* wasn't cancer and that it is fibrous tissue and a haematoma. 
My fractured hip will heal and the haematoma might be reabsorbed into my body in time or it might have to be removed at a later date. I'm having another scan in three months to see if it is going down.
I can live with that and feel now is the time to make a Fresh Start and to get on with my life.
I just need space to recover from all the trauma and worry and allow the healing process to begin.
Thanks for all your support during these difficult times.

29 comments:

Eddie Bluelights said...

When you told me the news yesterday I cried with relief . . . :)
I am so relieved that you have been spared especially since you have had two serious instances yourself and having all that trauma plus having to look after Harry and experiencing tremendous stress over the last two years, at risk to your own health.

You truly deserve a second chance more than anyone I know.

People were praying for you all over the world, one lady arranged for three churches to put you on their prayer list and there were many others.

Love you . . . Eddie :) x

Shammickite said...

I am so pleased that you have had good results from those tests. Now you can concentrate on felling well, and living your life the way you want to. You`ve had a very stressful time, so now it`s your turn to relax and take advantage of this very welcome Second Chance!

dianefaith said...

This is good news, and I am so glad for you. I was sitting here with my grandson this morning when I saw your post, and all of a sudden the day seemed perfect. There was a sweet 7-year-old in a chair nearby, and there was your joyful news on the screen in front of me.

rosaria williams said...

Just wonderful! Take time to heal, and consider adding little joyful trips to distract and amuse you. This is the time to indulge a bit, both physically and mentally. You'll be glad you did.

Celia said...

Oh hooray! I am so happy and relieved for you. Hugs and joy to you.

Wisewebwoman said...

So very happy for you Maggie, and so sorry you had to worry about this along with grieving.

A fresh start.

Yes you need this, a new pair of spectacles.

XO
WWW

Gosia k said...

enjoy your life love from Poland

Gail said...

May the good news keep coming. You have certainly had your share of not good news.

Blessings to you.

Linda said...

Hello, and warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. I have been a blog friend of Eddie's for quite a while now and he posted your blog link on his post today. Praise God, I am so glad that it was not cancer.

Suldog said...

Keeping you in my prayers, Maggie. God bless!

Retired English Teacher said...

This is good news, very good news. May you have great support as you grieve and heal. Many out there are thinking of you with love and concern. May God bless you during this time.

Wendy said...

Oh what a relief!! Yes, let's keep the good news coming, Maggie. Take some time to rest, to nurture yourself - you deserve it!
Hugs

Sue said...

Good to hear. May you find the space you need for peace and healing.

Gail said...

You have been through much. It's time for good news to come your way.

Rose said...

Good news indeed! You deserve some good news and some time to rest and to nurture yourself.

family affairs said...

Great news!! Lx

Working Mum said...

Thank goodness. WM x

Hilary said...

Oh Maggie, I wish I could just hug you. I hadn't seen your previous blog post and I can only imagine how stressed you've been trying to ride this roller coaster. Take good care of yourself. Clearly you still have good business to take care of on this planet. I am looking forward to hearing all about it. Huge hugs to you. XO

Mary Gilmour said...

I hope your medical people are doing their best to ease the pain. And hoping that you get the rest and relaxation you so much deserve.

Ayak said...

So pleased for you Maggie. Sending you lots of love xxx

Gingerly Rosanna said...

Hi Maggie. Having just visited Eddie's blog, only to learn of the very sad news about Harry, I have to say I am more than relieved to also learn that you are now doing well. I've been unable to blog for a good while, but have reinvented myself as Gingerly Rosanna - formerly Crystal Jigsaw.

With love, GR x

ADDY said...

Just catching up with all your news. So sorry to hear about Harry and your health scare too. Do hope you are looking after yourself. x

Jackie said...

Maggie....please know that prayers of thanksgiving rise to our Lord regarding your news. I hug you, and I pray for happiness for you beyond measure.
Love,
Jackie

Akelamalu said...

So pleased it wasn't what you were dreading. Heal well and quickly. xx

Expat mum said...

Good news Maggie. You deserve some. x

Secret Agent Woman said...

I read this and the previous post together and am relieved for you that it wasn't cancer. You are overdue for good news.

mrsnesbitt said...

Agree - you are due some light relief xxxxxxx Take care xxx You'll be getting out the nativity set soon?

Wendy said...

Hi Maggie - just stopping by to say I'm glad you visited my blog. And I'm so happy you are deciding NOT to move - at least for a while. Your home is your home - and you know my story. I'm so glad to be back!!
Sending gentle hugs

Hilary said...

How are you doing, Maggie?