Welcome Back Lacey

26 Jul Welcome Back Lacey

Lacey underwent a craniotomy to remove a brain tumour that thankfully turned out to be benign. Now she’s back with a funky new hairstyle. A famous quote from German philosopher Friedrich Nietzche is “Was mich nicht umbringt macht mich stärker” which is usually translated as “what does not kill me makes me stronger”. Having to undergo brain surgery can be scary and from it, Lacey has emerged stronger than ever. Welcome back Lacey.

 

9 Comments
  • Brian Levesque
    Posted at 14:55h, 28 July Reply

    Wow, so glad to see Lacey back. I’m a faithful Saturday morning watcher.

    • Lacey Lee Elliott
      Posted at 09:20h, 14 August Reply

      Thank you! It feels so good to be back working and driving. I appriciate it.

  • Al Thomson
    Posted at 15:47h, 28 July Reply

    Way to go Lacey. Cool new look too! Love ya. on the show.

  • Tek Z
    Posted at 07:47h, 29 July Reply

    Great to see you back on the show Lacey! More power to you and the show!

  • C. norwood
    Posted at 02:36h, 04 August Reply

    I am so sorry you had to go through all that. What a testament to your courage that you came through in flying colours. Welcome back.

  • Lynne Forrester
    Posted at 20:49h, 06 August Reply

    Love the funky new look Lacey, but more importantly all the best in your recovery, it looks great from here!!

  • David E
    Posted at 01:16h, 12 August Reply

    Lacy, I assume from the scar that you probably had an acoustic neuroma or vestibular schwannoma that I had removed 19 years ago. If you want to see part of this operation on Women’s television network episode. I have a copy of the 20 min. broadcast. You might be pleased that the charity that handles this genetic tumour was formed by three Women from Alberta meeting in the Drs. office by chance and was run by them for almost 30 years if you don’t already know by now. I am now retired after a 3.6 cm. AN was finally diagnosed after 22 years and 8 Drs.

  • David Ellison
    Posted at 02:48h, 12 August Reply

    Lacey, from the location of your surgery site I am guessing that you had an acoustic neuroma (vestibular schwannoma). I had after 8 doctors and 22 years waiting for a correct diagnosis of my AN. If you don’t already know a charity that covers AN was started over 30 years ago by 3 Alberta women that by chance met in the doctors’ waiting room in Edmonton. Welcome back from a very rare tumour growth.

  • Zarubin Chivola Singh aka Joe.
    Posted at 11:14h, 12 August Reply

    Great news. Happy to see you back ..Hope you can put the nightmare behind you.

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