Abby's Journey

We'd like to invite you to read Abby's Journey from the beginning. We hope that her story may help a family who is facing the same battle with DIPG. We are praying for a cure and are praying for every child who is diagnosed with cancer.

This is Abby's story.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Clearing a Hurdle

We are all really excited about tomorrow, Abby's last day of her radiation! Mrs. Stephani who works the front desk, said that they are all very excited about Abby finishing up as well. She and the staff are going to bring in some cookies and are all going to be wearing pink shirts and tiara's. The pink shirts are for breast cancer awareness month, but for tomorrow they will be for Abby's big day! She also said that they always make a big deal anytime that a child finishes up with their radiation. We are excited as well to have a lot of family and friends coming to watch Abby ring the bell. I plan on having the camcorder with us tomorrow so that we can get this momentous occasion recorded. I will try to upload it soon after so everyone can see the big event.

On Saturday, we also have a big day of fun and celebrations. We are going to start off at the Heroes vs. Future Leaders Softball Tournament that will be held all day at the Shawnee Sports Complex, and then from there we are going to Oran for Abby's Benefit being put on by my buddy, Damon Shy, at his training and paintball facility, Cerberus Training Options. Abby has already told me that she is going to shoot me with a paintball gun. And I think I may have talked Maegan into putting a pillow under her shirt and playing a round of paintball as well! That will be fun! Hopefully everyone will come out and have some fun with us there! For more information on directions or activities, you can go to his website.  It should be a good weekend and I look forward to making the next post from the house!

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