Thursday, March 1, 2012

Report.

Had CAT scan at 10:00AM. Didn't get report from my doctor until after 5:30PM Central. Tumor is at least as big as a softball and "likely" benign but I will hear from the surgeon's office in the morning. Since we are up against a weekend, I will be surprised if the alien gets carved out before next week some time. God bless all of you for your continued prayers.

27 comments:

Grog said...

Prayers sent up. Keep us updated.

Grog
III

CowboyDan said...

God news, so far. Prayers do get the answers we want, now and then.

Hope it goes well and you recover quickly. You may want a trusted friend with you in the surgical suite, lest you talk in your sleep.

No sense getting the tongues wagging around the hospital, you know.

Anonymous said...

Great news Mike. We will continue prayers for you and your family.

Anonymous said...

good luck and God bless you and your family

Old NFO said...

Thanks for the update, prayers will continue.

Anonymous said...

Continued prayers going up for you and your family. I hope all goes well for you and please keep us posted.

Gunny G said...

Prayers sent down range. Agree with Cowboy Dan. Never know when an agent of the Regime will visit your room while you sleep.

Get well fast, the fight continues.

III more than them said...

Big as a softball? Well, you'll lose some weight, gain some room for your diaphragm, and be able to yell louder when healed.

Anonymous said...

Prayers, Mr. V. We need you around for a long time to come.
Pauley

William Hultgren said...

God and prayers be with you

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doubletrouble said...

More on the way...

Anonymous said...

Holy fuck, dude! Get that softball gone...too bad you have to go under the knife. Glad it is not an alien, a softball is American as a 7.62 X 39mm round.

Prayers and positive thoughts going your direction.

Anonymous said...

We've just lost Andrew Brietbart, and that is bad enough!

You and your family are in my prayers...

Arctic Patriot said...

Prayers will continue.

We ask. God answers.

Stay in good health.

God Speed.

AP

Anonymous said...

Praying for you, Mike.

Anonymous said...

God bless you, and we will keep praying for you.

--Greg

Dedicated_Dad said...

Prayers will continue.

Sean said...

May G*d heal you, and bless you and keep you, and all your family, Mike.

AJ said...

I sure hope it goes well. You still have a lot of work to do. :-)

theirritablearchitect said...

As dire a situation as we are engaged with at the moment in this country, it isn't quite as pressing as what you are currently dealing with, Mike.

Please, look after YOUR health first.

eddymatthews said...

Prayers continue.

Randolph said...

Positve thoughts and prayers your way for quick procedure and speedy recover! You have a Blog to update and scumbags to expose (and yes, I'm being selfish ;-)

Anonymous said...

OMG. You are in my prayers Mike. I might add, had it not been for you, and you alone, I might not have become as enlightened to the depth of the vile corruption of those who govern us at the Federal level. Although, because of something that personally happened to me 7 years ago, I'd researched how far down the rabbit hole and the breadth the corruptional cancer has reached, but your expose at a finer grain of detail in real time has reinforced my understanding of the big picture. Thank you for your courage. I mean it. Long live the Threepers.
And that means you especially.

MamaLiberty said...

Hang in there, Mike. Once you get rid of the softball, I suspect you'll feel much better all over. Prayers coming your way, as always.

Anonymous said...

One step, the next step, look down slope, keep going, smiles and prayers help too.

rock on

ask for help if you need it

Anonymous said...

Prayers continuing for you, Mike. Benign softball, meh! Who needs THAT?! Thank you for sharing your health issues--you have many people who care and wish you quick healing!

Anonymous said...

I missed this one somehow.
Prayers for you continue and I hope this whole thing is over soon. Agree it's a good idea to have trusted friends or family with you 24/7 in the hospital.

SB Smith
TX