Liz is doing fabulous and gaining strength everyday. Her port was removed last Tuesday; the end of an era! She will be on bactrim through Aug. 3x a week, 2x daily, with monthly clinic visits and blood draws. The rate of remission fall-out drops significantly after five years. You can imagine the anxiety we have once a month. It sure beats the daily anxiety that we use to have.
Jimmy has his surgery Monday for his EE. Dr. Putnum did not have to stretch his esophagus and did not see any yeast in his throat, this is a good thing! We will hear sometime this week if how well he is doing with this disease and if there will be any change in his daily routine.
We are putting on our first Blazin With Love 5k on Sept. 3, at 5:30 p.m., as well as a corn hole tournament and the blood mobile will be there so you can give blood if you would like :) If you are interested in helping with this wonderful event, which of course, all proceeds will be going to Blazin With Love for the Light The Night Walk, for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
This is an update on Critter from his step mom, Michelle: "Everyone please pray for critter he was just taken over to ICU. He is having problems from blood pressure, swelling, and he is out of it. They are putting him on a ventilator to do a procedure do to his blood pressure and sedation If you can just think of him before you go to sleep and when you wake up."
Please continue to pray for all the children on A5. You watch children live and you watch children die on this floor. These children become friends, good friends. It is hard to watch your friends die.