A mostly good report from the pathologist today. Either my wife has a large but typical benign cyst or a very unusual non-cancerous tumor. “Uncommon” is the worst it could be. Minor surgery looks like it’s on the horizon, but there should be no problem with it.

During a pause in today’s consultation, I whispered, “You’re uncommon, sweetie.”

I got shushed.

For those who knew, your prayers were much appreciated. I was under orders not to make this news wide and public knowledge. I told God earlier today that I wasn’t up for a bad diagnosis. I’m the parent of a teenager–I’m not prepared for medical drama on top of that. There’s only so much a guy can take. I didn’t want to insist on a recall.

About 3pm this afternoon, I felt I could breathe. For about the first time in two weeks.

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Todd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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9 Responses to Whew!

  1. crystal says:

    Glad to hear the news was good.

  2. Liam says:

    Thank you, Lord. Thank you for your intercessions, Holy Mother Mary and St Raphael. God be praised.

  3. Neil says:

    I’m also glad to hear about this. You’ll be in my prayers.

  4. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

  5. Amen to all.
    T, give me a holler email, I think my W might have been thru this about a decade ago.
    God bless you, your lovely bride and the young miss.

  6. Patti says:

    Whew, indeed. I’m pleased to hear that all is well.

  7. E-bro says:

    Very, very glad to hear good news. My wife and I, silent-ish readers, had no idea about the tension/worries, as we aren’t ‘known’ commenters, but we do both read your blog. At 51 and 48 years old, we’re also hosts to these occasional medical ‘uncommonalities.’ Best wishes from EvanF and SusanF

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