I finally gave in to do what my doctor wanted me to do, I consented to have a colonoscopy.
He warned that I was long past the recommended age for having a colonoscopy done, which is 50 years old. I was then 61. So an appointment was made and I asked my friend to go with me, since Terrie could not leave her 6th grade class that she taught.
The Lord had been gracious to me when I was diagnosed with oral cancer the first time. I had the best oral cancer surgeons in America work on me by removing a portion of my tongue and rebuilding it with a skin graft in a way that I could still speak and eat and remain close to a normal existence. I was told if I could go five years without getting cancer again, I would be considered healed.
I was so grateful to the Lord for He had shown Himself mightily Continue reading
It was a few days before my fifty-fifth birthday; I was brushing my teeth, as I had done hundreds of time before, as I was preparing to go to work. I made a big smile to examine my work. It was then that I made the discovery.
I saw something white on the underside of my tongue on the left side. I pulled my tongue over and saw a white looking spot that was about three quarters of an inch by about one half of an inch. I showed it to Terrie and she said to leave it alone, but to be sure and show it to my dentist at my appointment the following Continue reading