The Diagnosis

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On Monday, July 3rd, the day before my 8th wedding anniversary, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. The devastating blow left me speechless. I didn’t have my husband beside me, nor did I ask friends or family to join me at the doctor’s office on this fateful day. Although my gut feeling was right, I didn’t think I needed anyone by my side until minutes later when the flood gates opened. I cried walking out of the hospital doors, I cried sitting in the car calling my mother, husband and friends. I cried the entire car ride home. And finally, I cried as I fell into my husband’s arms when I arrived at home.

There’s nothing that can prepare a person for the start of this journey. But the love and support I have seen over the last several weeks has been astounding. It’s truly amazing to see and feel how many people love you and want to help you.

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11 thoughts on “The Diagnosis

  1. Nicole, We don’t know each other but when I see a notice like this one, I feel that I must say a prayer for you. One never truly knows how something like this may turn out, but for myself I choose the positive route and know that God is love, so in the meantime I pray for your strength and that you will find peace in prayer, study and in love.

  2. I have been very behind reading my blog due to life. Reading this I am stopped short. I am sending you love and support and I do hope your journey will be as smooth as possible. 💜💜💜🌹🌹🌹🌹

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