Friday, September 24, 2010

Sweet releif.

Trav went in yesterday for his chest x-ray.
Wanna know what they found?

No fluid.

NONE.

He said even the Dr. looked a little shocked.

I have a new found testimony of prayers, and fasting.

Now, don't feel bad if I completely ignore you till our next scan. I'm looking forward to a cancer blogging break.

(BTW, the next scan will be toward the end of October.)

Love to all.

11 comments:

Maegan said...

Yeah for good news! I went to the temple Tuesday, and for some reason you were on my mind. I put Travis' name in the temple. Glad to see good news!

Eileen said...

What a great way to start off the weekend!

Haylee Munk Brown said...

That is awesome!!!

Morrells said...

SUCH DESERVED NEWS!!! NOW GET YOURSELF ALL EXCITED FOR YOUR TRIP AND ENJOY!!!

Alabama Apples said...

Wonderful news! I'm so happy for you and your family!!

Watkins said...

Wonderful news!

Melissa said...

yeah!

Tom and Debbie Goodwin said...

You don't know me, but I stumbled across your blog and have been following it closely. My husband, too, is fighting kidney cancer, so I feel like we have a weird connection. You are an amazing family, and I hope you enjoy every minute of your blogging hiatus!

Tom and Debbie Goodwin said...

Hayley, thank you for your sweet note! Thanks for taking the time to find me. I would love to talk more. My email address is dleegood@comcast.net Email me any time and we can either talk online or on the phone.

Hope you can feel the love from our family to yours!

Dennis Pyritz, RN said...

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Bryon's Family said...

Isn't it nice to be able to say that there is really nothing to report? I mean, to say they found nothing horribly shocking is the best thing you could ever write, next to saying "he's cured" of course. I am so happy things are looking up. Please take me up on my offer to help anytime. I feel so silly being this close and not ever having met you in person.