Can you believe that there are only 3 more sleeps until Santa comes? This year has been such a blur and has gone way too quick for my liking.
We had Emma up at the hospital on Monday as she has a lump on the side of her face. We managed to get an ultrasound done and then the surgeon came and spoke to us. We then had to go back on Tuesday for a fine needle aspiration of the area to find out what on earth it is. They don't believe that it could be tumour again although there is always the slight possibility that it is. They are leaning towards a haematoma which is what Stuart and I are hoping it is. Seeing as Emma has a needle phobia they decided to do the procedure in theatre. Emma was nervous as usual but she was so brave and walked into the theatre, popped herself up on the table and placed the mask over her face and held it there until she was asleep. The procedure took them about 30 minutes and they managed to get a good sample to send to pathology. The doctor that performed the procedure said that it was not solid which is what we were praying for. Now we just have to wait until about the 30th to get the results. I hate waiting especially for something like this.
We are heading down to Tea Gardens this year to spend Christmas with Stuarts brother and his family. I am hoping that the rain stays away for us but I am thinking that that is not really going to happen. We won't be seeing my brother and his family this year as they have jetted off to Koi Samui (sp?) for Christmas and the New Year.
Well I will leave you now and if I don't get back her before Christmas I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has been reading my blog and sending us all their prayers etc for Emma. I hope you all have the Merriest Christmas ever and remember that Jesus in the reason for the season. On that note I will leave you with photos of our past week.
Love hugs and kisses