Two days before hurricane Harvey I got a report from my neurologist saying I had two benign brain tumors. It took me a few days to process her message and by then hurricane Harvey hit. My house got 6 inches of water in it. A week after the storm a remediation company came and they cut 24 inches of wall throughout my home and cleaned up all the mud that covered the floors.
I did my usual wining to my trusted friends, then after that I sent my medical information unto a relative who reviewed the findings.
I got to the Mayo clinic in Rochester Minnesota Wednesday night two weeks ago. On monday last week the tumor was removed. I spent the rest of last week in recovery and the step down unit.
Today, I am home and the sheet rock people are here to rebuild my home. I will be laid up in various hotel for the next week. Because of the unexpectedness and swiftness of the entire ordeal, it still has not hit me yet. This is a condensed version of what I am experiencing. In the past I had to deal with some tougher issues and felt disappointed in the unwilliness of some to assist but that is not how I feel concerning my present circumstance.
I wrote a song of thanksgiving while facing some of those challenges. I needed assistance because of health issues, I could not stand on my own.