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In April 2010, Stacy Davis found a lump in her right breast later to be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. She wrote on a personal blog entitled "His Way, Not Mine" during her diagnosis, treatment, surgery and reconstruction. The blog posts have since been moved to Delighting in the Lord in the hopes of ministering to anyone walking through breast cancer. 

A Little Bit of Normalcy

Stacy Davis

(Previously published August 2, 2010)

Can you guess where I spent my evening? 

And where I will be spending many more this month...

The football season is upon us and a little normalcy is nice to have back in our lives. 

I forgot how crazy the football season is when you are healthy and whole. To say I was a bit overwhelmed this evening would be an understatement. At the field by 5:45 and staying til 8:00, five nights a week, has given me a few moments of pause today. Not too sure how this is going to look in the next couple of weeks. But we are giving it a go. To see the joy on the boy's faces and give them some normalcy back into life. I'll do whatever it takes. 


And they both went full steam ahead.....

as we all enjoyed from the sidelines and Faith and Jed played at the playground. 

I was a tired momma when 8:00 hit. Pain meds had worn off. No nap today. But to see these two smile.....worth every minute. 

Football will be adding a new layer to our days, especially as I am STILL not driving due to this right arm of mine, oh and valium and Percocet. But each day the dosage is a little less and the arm gains a little more movement. It's hard to keep me down for long. 

One thing is for sure, as crazy as the day was, 

a little normalcy is such a welcome addition to my day. 

Here's to the start of many days on the football field and many cheers from the sideline. 

Much love,