Cordd has struggled with ulcerative colitis for years, and a routine check up in Dec. of 2017, revealed that he was full of polyps. When Easter rolled around, the polyps were too large to remove and looked pre-cancerous. In May they performed colostomy surgery, which entailed removing his large intestine and making a J pouch out of the small intestine leaving him with a colostomy bag. He spent just short of a month in the hospital. Further tests revealed no cancer! Yayyyy!! During the spring when all of this was happening, their house kept flooding due to having a cracked foundation, Cordd’s truck had broke down yet again, and Brandy’s truck was starting to break down. Things calmed down a little bit, other than Cordd having to get IV fluids twice a week at the hospital.......Sept 13, Cordd’s truck gets stolen right out of the driveway, a week and a half before his next surgery; reattachment surgery on Sept. 26. His work doesn’t offer short term disability, ei medical is finished. they are still waiting on long term disability as he will be off for at least another 3 months.
I know everyone will have rough patches in life, but I’m going to try to ease the stress any way I can for them. This is why I set up this page, please pass it on.
”Sometimes in life, you can fall down holes you can’t climb out of by yourself. That’s what friends and family are for - to help. They can’t help, however, unless you let them know you’re down there”
Thank you ❤️
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