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.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Good Times

We have had some really good days! Abby is doing really well and is in great spirits! She is enjoying going to her therapies and spending some time with her sisters. She also enjoys beating her daddy in Wii bowling!

On Friday, we had the concrete poured in the garage and they did a wonderful job even putting a sealer on the concrete to keep any fluids from seeping into the concrete. It took around 5 hours for them to get it in, but it is well worth the wait! The girls are anxious to put their hand prints into the concrete on the apron. We told them that when the apron is put in they could do that then. We are hoping that we can get that in tomorrow afternoon. I will be out there first thing in the morning working on getting it level and at a good five inches with a two inch decline from the garage to the gravel. It’ll be enough to keep me busy in the morning.

Abby is really happy being home and so are we. We are also looking forward to going up to St. Louis on Wednesday evening so that we can get Abby’s scan to see how much the tumor has shrunk! Its one of those emotions where you are excited and scared at the same time! We are excited because of all of the progress that she has made, but nervous because the doctors keep telling us not to expect too much from the scan. We tell them that we will be there to pick them up off of the floor when they see how much progress she has made!!

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2 Timothy 1:7

For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.