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A Few Store Closures Due to Faith's Recovery

Updated 9/24/22

I appreciate all your past and continued prayers and well wishes!

There will be a few store closures until the end of the season. We will be adding New Arrivals on Monday's.

It's Official - No cancer was found! Woo Hoo! Woo Hoo! Woo Hoo!

The below listed stone caused a serious liver function issue. On Thursday, Sept. 22nd, I received much welcomed news that my liver function is greatly improving. It will be tested again in mid October. My spleen and clotting issues will be tested again in mid November. I now feel much better! I do believe I am well on the way to a full (slow) recovery! Yay!

On August 30th, a second complication was resolved. It turned out to be a stone in my bile duct. So after one more hospital stay...

3 steps forward and 2 steps back... Uugh! I had to go back in the hospital for 3 days with a complication on August 7th. They found a blood clot in my spleen. So now I am back home & working hard to get better again!

I came home July 19th! Yay! I have 2 goals for the first 2 weeks which are breath deep at least 150 times a day & cough hard at least 15 times a day. (Oh, the joy!) I took my first "real" (more than feet) walk July 26th! I am walking about 1 mile a day. (Sometimes with a small incline or decline. That should not be this hard!) I am healing well and working slow and steady towards a full recovery! I should have excellent results! Yay!

Faith's Recovery Faith's Walking for Recovery

On July 15th I had my upper left lung lobe removed. I received excellent care in the ICU for 5 days.

Tumor Found & Diagnosed
On June 8th I was diagnosed with a mass in my left lung. After two biopsy's I had conclusive results of a Myofibroblastic Inflammatory Tumor. This is a rare (under 1%) benign (to be verified after surgery) mass tumor of inflammatory tissue. On July 13th, I had a PET Scan, met with my oncologist, and my heart and lung surgeon.

 We appreciate your business as Faith recovers and we make adjustments!

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