First of all, a huge apology for those waiting for an update! I had my appointment this morning, and worried texts started rolling in late this afternoon. I have the best people in my life, and I am so sorry for making you wait!
The reason I didn’t post an update right away was because the update is very boring (just like we wanted), and I forgot! Whoops!
Dr. Reddy said the scans looked good, and there is nothing to worry about. This marks 2 years since diagnosis, and it is a huge milestone in my progress. The chance of recurrence drops to a less scary percentage at this point 🙂
I am graduating to scans/blood work every 6 months instead of every 3. While I’m nervous about going that long without a scan, I have to make that transition sometime. It might as well be now! And as my dear friend Andrea pointed out, Dr. Reddy has been trustworthy through all of this, and I can trust that he’s not worried about what will happen in the next 6 months.
My energy levels are awesome. To be honest, I feel better now (at almost 33 and post-cancer) than I did at 25. I’m sure that’s a combination of a changed outlook on life, the chemicals finally getting out of my body, and the goodness and grace of God!
Thanks to all of you who continue to pray. I am so very thankful!
12 thoughts on “2 Years Later!”
The BEST news ever!! Blessings!!
YAY! LOVE this update!!
Great news!!! God is a wonderful healer!!
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Awesome news!!! God is good for sure!!
Great news! Thanks be to God. But, seriously, 33! How did that happen?
Maggie, such wonderful news! God is good!!
Dear Maggie, I am so thankful that your report was “boring”, but there is definitely nothing boring about YOU! ❤️ you girl! Jan Lefton
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Glad you are leading an exuberant, boring life! Great to hear, Maggie.
We hope you have some sense of just how “contagious” your good news is! When we read it, there’s a huge ripple effect that makes all of us who’ve been following your story feel absolutely great! Stay well!
Maggie, such good news! We’re so thankful it was “boring”!
Thank you for the update and for continuing to share your journey with us. Your story is/has been inspirational ……..
Praise God from whom all blessings flow! Thank you, Lord for sending the correct doctors to Maggie. We love boring! Bless you, Maggie, with continued good health and joy!
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