Sunday, November 30, 2008

A beautiful day!

Difficult to express in words what this weekend has been like for us! We have throughly enjoyed having our entire family home for thanksgiving weekend. We have alot to be thankful for!
Lizzy's new room, which has been created to be a safe haven for when her ANC's are low is complete! Hardwood floors, air purifier, no tables left unturned! We are ready for round two, Consolidation! The purpose of consolidation therapy is to kill any remaining leukemia. Consolidation therapy starts tuesday morning and lasts about 57 days. We are expected to be at Childrens for the first 2-4 days after the chemo Liz receives Tuesday morning.
Christine and I are SO thankful for the prayer support that you all have provided for us. It is SO evident, God has blessed us with your care.
Your cards, meals, comments on the blog, emails have supported us, lifted us up everyday! The night we came home our neighbors even had our neighborhood lit up with luminaries, it brought us to tears. Liz is refueled and ready to go!
I wanted to leave you tonight with a verse that a friend of Christine shared with her that really moves me. Hope it resonates with you as well.

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
Jeremiah 29:11


The Noe's said...

So happy to hear that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and weekend! It brings a whole new meaning to THANKFUL!Blessing for Tuesday and much love!

The Quigleys said...

Liz and Family:
We are so delighted that all of you were home for Thanksgiving. We wish we could have been there with you. Praying for you on Tuesday and everyday.

Loads of love,
Aunt Cec, Uncle Gene
Patrick & Justin

Anna* said...

Hey love! im sooooooo sorry i havent commented on your blog lately! i was at my grandmas house and she doesnt have a working computer. then at grandmamas house i was able to finaly read the blog but couldnt comment because my little cousins were throwing a tantrum cuz i didnt "share" the computer. ugh! it made me soooooo mad! and i couldnt text you cuz the entire states of alabama and mississippi are dead zones! its so frusterating! ahhhhhhhhh!
im glad to hear you got to go home for thanksgiving! i hope you and your family had a great time!!! i must say hearing that made my day!
i guess ill do you a favor and not write an entire book this time :) lol. keep being strong love! i love you a ton and dont you never ever ever ever ever ever forget it! <3 anna*

L said...

Hey Liz,
Way to go kickin' some blast booty! We're still praying that the kicking will continue until there's no blast left to give the boot! (PS: Tell your Uncle John he should really do a triathlon with Team in Training and Coach Bob in your honor!!) Love and prayers, Lisa and the rest of the Duncans

Joe said...

Dear Goddaughter

I was so excited to hear that you got to go home for the Thanksgiving
holiday. What a day for thanks. You are a beautiful person inside and out, and the best part is that it shows all the time. Be strong and faithful for he is always with you.

Luv Uncle Joe

Cindy Dodson said...

Hey Liz!
We Dodsons are thinking of you as you enter your new phase of treatment. Keep your eye on the prize! Every hospital stay gets you closer to being cancer free! Don't linger on how far you have to go. Focus on how far you've come and on your next trip home. But you might tell your mom to check Sonny's diet. He was stinkin' up the place this weekend!
Love Ya!
Mrs. D.

Leigh Ann said...

Dear Lathrop Family,
We are so thankful for all the many blessings the Lord is providing through Liz's illness. We are praying for strength and wisdom for all of you and her team of Dr.s. Glad you were able to be togheter for Thanksgiving.
Love, prayers and Blessings~
The Babcock Family~
Tom, Leigh Ann, Seth, Melanie, Bret, Rebekah and Emma

Kristi said...


Glad you were home for Thanksgiving and Liz had time to play and have some normalcy with her family and friends..keep staying strong and know that you are loved and in our thoughts and prayers daily. You are a fighter and it is showing...God is so GOOD!

Keep the faith!!
Much Love,
Kristi and family