Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Leave No Doubt!!!

This will be our theme over the next two weeks. Doctors are not certain that they have killed all the cancer cells in Liz's bone marrow so they will most likely extend this initial high dose chemotherapy for an additional two weeks. Liz will then have another bone marrow aspiration at that time.
Fight the good fight Liz, LEAVE NO DOUBT!!!


Melissa Grablovic (Lohman) said...

Well geez Liz! I know you're probably disappointed, BUT, at least they will be certain before they let you go. That's a good thing! No guessing allowed.

I know it's harder in troubled times, but remember to be thankful that God is watching over everyone! He never gives us more than we can handle. He's maybe just thinking a strong girl like you can be an example for everyone. You can do it!

Still praying,

Mrs. G

The Noe's said...

I think you have caused so many to pray that God is enjoying the company. So you will stay put awhile longer, in the best of care and when you come home there will be no doubt that you are on the road to recovery and loved by many. Love you!!!

Cyndi Siekmann said...

Well, I am embarrassed to say that I only found out about Lizzy a few days ago. At that time, I went to this blog to get an update on Lizzy. That is where I read from Christine that today was a big day for Lizzy and that if ever we got on our knees to pray this would be the time to do it. That is exactly what I did. Lizzy and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers since. I did not get the news I was praying for today but I know and pray that good news will come soon. The strength and faith that shines through your family not only in times like this but in everyday life is inspirational. Lizzy has so much to offer. I remember the first time I met her I knew she was special. Keep fighting girl!! I know you have so much love and support behind you. If I can do anything Christine to help, please call me. I know your friends and family have been there, but just know I am here also.
Much love,

Cyndi Siekmann

Cindy Dodson said...

Liz, I truly believe with so many people praying for you that healing soon will be yours. In the meantime, I think you need to ask the charge nurse for an annex to your room because you are totally out of space for more cards! Keep your thoughts positive, your worries worries few and your faith full and vibrant. It is within you to knock this cancer out!
Hugs and Kisses,
Mrs. D.

Ashley Calvani said...

I know this is not exactly what you hoped for. I believe God chose this path for you because he knew such a stong person like you could handle it and be an inspiration to everyone.(I think this is something along the lines of what Mrs. G said.)I am praying for you and your family every day Liz. Also, my neighbor and good friend is Vice President of the Cancer Free Kids Organization and is helping me find some great ways to help support you and other kids. Keep up hope Liz, I believe in you. Wishing you and your family the best...

Ashley Calvani :)

Anonymous said...

Hey Liz we r thinking about u and hoping u get better. We all hope u get to go home and enjoy your new crib lol.