Originally Posted by Pamela Warrington
Thanks for all who wrote, I really do draw strength from each and everyone. Well the news was not actually what I wanted to hear, but it still was a answer to pray. When Dr Wayne L Berry did his exam with her and looked at the eyes and did all the physically exam, I was hopeful because he said he saw no signs, but then when I heard want he found in her MRI results it did show SM, however it is very moderate a very mild case seeing as she is 6 years old. He
I am a little nervous for our MRI for Isabelle tomorrow, but standing in faith that all will go well. In times like this I hold tight to the hope that lives in me and of course that is faith in the Lord, He is my strength in times of trouble and my stronghold. Thanks for all the blessings of each and everyone who has wrote and given me love and support. You don't even understand how I hang tight to that. Truly a gift from up above.
Isabelle had her MRI changed to Tuesday the 14th at 10am instead of this past Saturday. So please continue to lift her up in your thoughts and prayers. She seems to be doing much better these days on the medication. But I like to think it is Gods way of letting me know he loves her and cares. Happy thoughts to everyone her has been there for us. Wishing the best for you all too! Thanks especially Anne and Ella!
Isabelle is going for her MRI this Saturday, I am a little scared, but trying to keep the faith and remain positive. I know that she is in Gods hands and all I can do is pray that all will be well. She started her medication a couple of weeks ago, and I have noticed that she has gone back to following me around the house, she again lays on my lap and boy does she have a appetite. She still has some scratching and itching still, but it has only been a week or two
I am so thankful for the kind words and support I have received since I found out the news that her MRI results were not good. I have talked to several people when they first learn their loved one has SM and are scared and try to offer words of encouragement and support. I don't want her news to make anyone feel hopeless or think the worse. I know with surgery, there is a fear that scar tissue will form or other things, but I don't regret that decision.
That being said, Ella having