Tuesday Tea with Tanisha: My Lumpectomy

He keeps you in perfect peace. This sentence kept repeating itself in my head the night before surgery. I’m not nervous but I’m not 100% calm either so I’m not sure what I am. I guess you can just say that I’m curious. This isn’t my first rodeo but my memory is so faded when I try to remember my first lumpectomy.

My Pre-Admissions appointment went great. There’s so much information you have to take in so if you’re reading this for insight of what will happen before a lumpectomy I would suggest you take an extra set of ears with you to all appointments. This is something that you can’t do alone. The support of my close friends and family has been my rock. I thank God for them. All of the lovely and supportive text messages I received last night from the friends whom I know love me the most was everything I needed. They are simply amazing.

I’ve had a few aches but nothing uncommon. Let’s just say, I’m ready to get it over with. I’ve prayed and placed everything in God’s hands. All suspicious will be put to rest by the end of this week and no matter what the surgical biopsy results are, I know that 2018 will be MY here. New beginnings. New inspirations. A new hope. A new love. I’m excited.

Thank you to all my readers and supporters who have prayed a prayer and thank God for My life and purpose. Thank you to all who have encouraged me. Your kindness will never go unnoticed.