Sometimes life can become so hectic and seemingly overwhelming. I have found that my attention has become distracted by many different things. One is the learning curve with so many different types of software. I love learning and creating different medias but I need to hone in on what God wants me to concentrate on. Without His direction I will continue to go back and forth missing the true design inside.
Second, I just had some Basel cell cancer removed from the soft place between my eye and nose. At first I was very scared and with much support and prayer I knew the cancer was not going to be a problem, if your going to have skin cancer this is the one to have....so they say! Anyway this has proven to be another major distraction to reaching any goal I had been working toward and it is so frustrating. The plastic surgeon told me he did not think it was cancer when he first removed the irregular black mole (in the soft crevasse, which looked like a flat blackhead for at least a year & 1/2), and when he called me he apologized and stated he had never seen Basel cell look like this one did. The mole had been evolving for over 2 years and a dermatologist and my doc said it was nothing. Moral of this story is to follow your gut and go with your instincts. I have no idea what would have happened if I had not insisted in having it removed and I am glad I don't have to find out. I have to focus on healing, I have 9 stitches and a black eye...yeah, which is really not a problem since I don't want to venture into public at the moment.
With all this being said I just want to thank my supporters, friends and family for encouraging me through so many trails. I love you all and hope to be back in the groove again soon.
I am taking a trip at the end of the month to Niagara Falls through northern New York over to Maine for a couple of days. Then back down the east coast. This which will prove to be very interesting trip so stay tuned!!!
I will stand in the midst and wait on the Lord and keep on keeping on!