Headed back to Mayo Clinic in the morning. Flight leaves in 4 hours. 1st time I went, the right side of my body became paralyzed for 3 days. 2nd trip, they misdiagnosed me with brain cancer. I’m claiming in the name of Jesus, Moses and the whole New Testament that I will go this time and get some “you’re all better” type of news. Pray for me folks.
Mayo Clinic… Came, saw, bought my kid a t-shirt
Got an update from Mayo Clinic Thursday on what’s going on with me.
It’s honestly a bigger picture than epilepsy, and it really could be the sum of the whole parts of what’s been going on with me the past almost 6 years of my “mystery illness”.
I am dealing with it, but not really ready to speak on it, because as okay as I am with it, I’m not sure if I’m all the way okay with it. And I don’t know complete answers to speak on it with certainty yet. Like I said, this is a very private situation, but people suffer with chronic illness, epilepsy, and other illnesses I have and feel isolated. Reading things that others go through and identifying with that feeling… it means a hell of a lot when you’re going through anything, but especially when it’s an illness that you can feel but no one can see.
I’m on 8 medicines right now, so I’m all loopy, so forgive any typos. I will be going back to Mayo Clinic in January for a brain biopsy, so Minnesota in January ought to be interesting.
But again, I ask for you guys to keep me in your prayers, and thank those who have and continue to do so.
I also want to say that November is Epilepsy Awareness Month, and November 1st is Epilepsy Awareness Day. Please do what you can do donate to epilepsy research, if it’s $1 or $100. Here are some reputable sites to donate to: