Oct 7, 2012


I just haven't been up to any creating. I've been dealing with an incidental medical finding. I had back surgery almost a year and a half ago. Since I've still been having pain, the neurosurgeon ordered an MRI. A tumor was found on my liver. I was terrified of what it was. Formally, I've been diagnosed with a giant hemangioma. It's congenital & the growth is exacerbated by steroids & birth control pills. Well, I've been on the pill since I was 19! I saw a liver transplant surgeon who will operate next month to remove it. Since it is dangling off a lobe of my liver, it could break off or twist. If this happened, I would hemorrhage to death before anyone could help me. I want this abnormality removed, but I am scared.

I have experienced many emotions, but have been disappointed by some of my oldest friends. This is what emerged when I finished this page today.


  1. Best of luck on your surgery. Sadly we do find out who our true friends are when you really need their support

  2. I love it! and the text is great. I always enjoy visiting you much. Go ahead! A hug.

  3. Hi! I'm a first time visitor to your blog and your story really struck me. I struggle with a number of health issues and know exactly what you mean and how you feel. Know there are better days and people ahead. I hope your surgery goes will and I will left a prayer up for you. :)