My year so far... it's been a mix of everything right from wonderful to awful. Bad stuff: Cancer. I guess that's the biggest and worst, and really the only one needing to add to this section. Finding out I've got a brain tumor on the day Carter was born, finding out it's actually cancer, finding out it's Glioblastoma Multiform which is a vicious fight I'm going to have to continue to fight, it goes on. It's evil. It's the worst of the worst that could happen to my life. I don't usually get that negative, and I'm doing it for a good reason. This is why. Good stuff: CARTER! My wonderful son, who is gorgeous and wonderful and gives us very few (none!) problems at all. He's my angel who gets me through day to day and will fight my A$$ off to be the mother he deserves. If it weren't for the day he wasn't born, I'd surely be dead now. I still wouldn't have any idea for what was going on in my brain. He is the reason I have to thank for every single day of my life. Now the other things: We've had such wonderful support financially from so many people. I still get funds passed along to us each few weeks, they are still surprising and such a gift and we are so incredibly thankful. Without that help we would have been completely screwed, through my own medical costs, all the traveling we still have to do, etc. We are so thankful for this support. The emotional support that so many people send/pass through/think of would also be one of the big things. There so many people that think of me, and pray for me, and continue to support me and help me mentally. It never seems to stop, which is so incredible and something I cannot thank in any way enough. There are so many people that I know do this, and there are so so so many that have even never met me in any way but support me to help push forward and positively. That is incredible. My husband. Yes he can be a giant BIA sometimes (haha), but he's keeping us together in ways I couldn't imagine. So that's where I'm stopping. I guess I need to do an update soon, I'll be finding out my MRI results next week!