Monday, November 03, 2008

Round 3

Greetings, again, from our home away from home, Medical City, also known as the chocolate thunder cake lovefest. We're here for our third round of chemo until Wednesday.

It has been quite a ten days. When I have time tomorrow, I'll write a confession to try to summarize.

The big news for us is that Eva just had an MRI to determine if the chemo is working. If it is, we'll keep plugging along. If not, well, I don't know what we'll do. We'll find out the results tomorrow. I can only hope for the best but to be honest, it is a bit nerve racking to have all the MRI techs look at you with their cocked heads and furrowed brows and say, "Oooh, best of luck to you. She's on our prayer list." That can't be good.

Oh, and in other news, they cultured Eva's port on Friday and it grew something again! She seems perfectly healthy so they think it might be contaminated. Here's to hoping.

Longer post tomorrow when I get back after voting!!!!


Anonymous said...

hang in there. you've had a lot thrown at you. wow. keeping my fingers crossed for you! please take care.

Nan and Gid said...

We're thinking of you and praying for you. Wishing you good news tomorrow!

Kimberly said...

I just came to your site for the first time. I will pray for your daughter and your family. You sound like a strong person.

Anonymous said...

Many praises to God for this wonderul news. The prayer focus for Eva has been on the forefront at our church for several months. We knew from the beginning that God would heal her this year. What a wonderful Thanksgiving you willhave to gather with friends and family with grateful thankful hearts for this very miracle in the making.
Susan Wilson