Total Pageviews

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The day before

There are those times when I feel confident in what I do or about to face. I thrive on inspiration and in helping others feel better in dealing with their situations. Today I'm not confidant, and I don't feel happy. In fact, I am scared. Tomorrow is my surgery. I received a call from a nurse stating the time I need to be at the hospital. In speaking with her, I felt my voice crack and stated I feel nervous. She replied, "If you weren't nervous something would be wrong." I knew this day would come, and I psyched myself believing I would feel confident when it did. Instead I feel afraid, nervous, and been crying for most of the day. I feel silly, because I know I'm in good hands and I'm going to a good hospital. My parents will be with me. I know God will see me through but I'm still afraid. It makes me sad that it has come to this, surgery. Apart of me was hoping it didn't have to, but the body has it's own agenda. There are other things that contribute to this sadness, but I cannot talk about it yet. This is one blog post I cannot offer anything inspirational, because I don't feel inspired.

Tomorrow is another day. Wish me luck. 


  1. You don't have to provide something inspirational all the time. It is OK to share your concerns and fears. We all have them. We are here to support you when you need it. How would we know to pray for you if you didn't share your need? No one can be strong all the time. That is just not normal!

  2. I will be with you all the way Professor and God will see you through. Everything is going to be okay and no inspiring words from you are needed at ths very critical time.