In the last two days I have been on the phone so often with the doctors office that I’m beginning to feel like a stalker. Don’t get me wrong, they have been great and in all fairness some of those calls were made by Dr. L’s nurse to let me know that Dr. L was working with pathology in getting Sarah’s results as soon as possible. Dr. L did finally have an opportunity to call me this evening to let me know that the pathologists have concluded it is 100% lymphoma. Unfortunately, they are still unable to type what kind of lymphoma it is without further pathology study. We should know more by Thursday.
What does this all mean exactly?
Plainly put, my 8 year old daughter who loves animals, singing, coloring, playing dress up with her friends, being a cheerleader and who has not lived long enough to be jaded by the sorrow that life can bring, has cancer. Only question left is what type of cancer does she have?
How does an 8 year old little girl get cancer? It’s not fair. Strong soldiers with lots of training go to war not little girls, not my little girl. My heart is breaking.