Tuesday, August 18, 2009

and on and on and on!

Please continue to pray for Liz and her side effects from the chemo. She is still experiencing headaches, body pain, and joint pain. Her spirits have fallen and she has spent a few hours in tears this evening. I am really at a loss when this happens because she is always a happy go lucky person. When you want to go to Yost just to get out you know things are bad.
Please keep her in your prayers, she has a lot of things coming up that she would like to do, Heritage Festival, her birthday, freshman orientation, and the first day of school.
Thank you for your faithfulness.
Blessings ~ Christine


Kelly said...

I'm praying so hard for her. I remember my first day of high school and freshman orientation and its so much fun!! I hope she will get to experience the fun of it all!!! Stay Strong Liz!

Cindy Dodson said...

Thank you for keeping us all posted on the realities of what the bad days are like for Liz. It's so easy to think of Liz's smiling face and forget that the war is still raging inside of her. She makes this cancer treatment stuff look like a cake walk sometimes when she's feeling good. I just lifted her up in prayer that the cancer gets less and less of Liz so she can get more and more enjoyment in the days ahead. Better days are ahead Liz!

Aunt Patti said...

I've been thinking and praying for Lizzie. I wish there was a way to take on her burden, just know that she is so loved by many. Being down and sad is normal...were not use to seeing Lizzie that way. Hopefully for every bad day, there will be numerous good ones. Hang on to that thought. We love you all and wish we could be there to support you!
Love Aunt Patti,Uncle Scott and little Blake

The Quigleys said...

Hey lizzie,
You are going to be able to do all of these upcoming things! You are strong and have so many people praying and thinking of you always.

Tammy said...


It was great to see you today. I am thrilled that Lizzie was able to attend the Spirit Party and Heritage Festival. I will pray for her that she gets to start school with her classmates on Thursday. Thank you for all your efforts in raising funds to find a cure.