Mother Teresa once said,
"I know God will not give me anything I can't handle.
I just wish that He didn't trust me so much."
Right now Rach and I pretty much know what she means.
The hard time that she spoke of in her last post have pretty much been the focus of our lives the last few days.
My Mom is a cancer survivor.
A few weeks back there were some signs.... There has been the usual range of emotions, from denial to anger but no real answers...
Then the MRI!!! A shadow on the brain.
The usual questions, the anguish while we awaited answers.
A day spent at the hospital...Tests, consultations... More tests and yet more consultations....
The good news: no signs of more cancer anywhere in her body... The bad news: a 4 centimeter tumor on the left rear side of her brain...
Her surgeons? you know those angels that the Bible speaks about that we entertain unaware?????
Yeah, I think I spotted a couple today.
We have surgery scheduled for O-dark-thirty on Wednesday...
There are still a few questions. And life is nothing if not filled with uncertainties..
So for now I will adhere to that Unknown Authors quote:
"We have no right to ask when sorrow comes, "Why did this happen to me?" unless we ask the same question for every moment of happiness that comes our way."
So I guess I will be busy asking some questions, because my life has been filled with happy moments because of that woman...
Thank you all for your prayers and thoughts on Rach's last post, not even knowing what was going on...
YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!!