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I had my SRS MRI yesterday at U of M, met with Dr. Hesh (the neurosurgeon), and Dr. Hayman (the radiology oncologist). Upon comparing last Saturday’s MRI to the MRI I had in November, Dr. Heth and Hayman both discovered a new second tumor in my left cerebellum.  Go away cancer.

The SRS (Gamma Knife) is scheduled for next week Thursday, March 1.  March 1 also happens to be my mom’s birthday.   Happy Birthday Mom!  🙂

They will treat both tumors and we will pray that it is again successful.  

We’ll be there from morning til night and then I’ll go home. I’ll spare you the details, side effects, and possible risks.

Thank you for thinking, praying and supporting us.

14 Responses to “Go away”

  1. Jana Ver Beek says:

    Praying, as always!

  2. Jennifer Nagelkerke says:

    Praying for you each day, Lindy.

  3. Lynette says:

    Go away, far far away (cancer)! Prayers for you and your family.

  4. Megan VK says:

    Thank you for keeping us updated. Praying…

  5. Aunt Carole says:

    Oh Lindy, you wish to spare us the details – I wish to spare you the cancer. That is why we keep praying. God is a God of the details! Praying, & praying, & praying…

  6. Amy Sluiter says:

    Yes, go away cancer!!! We continue to pray for God to erase those spots and give you HIs healing and peace. We’ll be praying for the procedure to go well next Thursday and for no side effects! I hope you feel God’s loving hands holding you each day through this journey. With lots of love and prayers!

  7. Joy Koning says:

    Praying for complete healing and no side effects…and for Dusty and the kids!

  8. Dani says:

    Praying for you guys. Praying for complete Healing. Go away cancer!!!! Hang in there girl.

  9. Anita says:

    We are keeping you in our prayers constantly. We pray that your cancer will go away for good!

  10. Livvy Zimmerman says:

    Lindy, we’re praying for you and your surgeons – that everything will go smoothly and that your nerves will be calmed. Dusty and kiddos, you’re always in our prayers, too! xoxo

  11. Jane Williams says:

    “Lord God, in the day of trouble, keep me safe in your dwelling. Hide me in the shelter of your tabernacle and set me high upon a rock. Cause my head to be exalted above the enemy surrounding me. Then remind me to offer you sacrifice with shouts of joy, and help me to sing and make music to you, Lord!(Ps. 27:5-6) Praying God’s Word Beth Moore

    The day of trouble/enemy is cancer and God is keeping you close in His shelter. Then we’ll shout with praise when it’s gone! Love and prayers to all of you! Jane

  12. dad ver beek says:

    Lindy, I can envision you with the Halo on your head as one of God’s Angels. There will be other angels in the room with you too, namely Dusty and your Mom and Dad. I will be meeting with about 35 saints from my church at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday.We will be in prayer for you and the doctors.Love you.

  13. Tina Amaya says:

    Always praying. Love you all!


    Lindy and Dusty: Been praying for your family. For healing and no side effects from your treatment yesterday. May you feel His strength in you as the prayers of so many people are lifted up to our powerful God. Blessings on all of you this and every day. Our family will continue to pray

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