Tuesday, June 09, 2009

All Clear!

The June MRI shows no change. I will have my next MRI in 3 months before my oncologist appointment on September 11. No blood work will have to be done. Like that. Actually, I like ALL OF IT! Dr. Needles was in a cheery mood today. After I asked what is to be done from here? He wanted / thought he would be getting more questions from me. I just said "Haven't I asked enough? I actually am just glad to not see you in three months." He laughed and jokingly said I hurt his feelings. Boo hoo, go on to your next patient.

Thinking about celebrating at the zoo with the boys tomorrow to see the new stingray exhibit.

Thank you for going on this journey with me,


Anonymous said...

Oh Kate! I am rejoicing with you over this GOOD news- Our God is so amazingly faithful- He is a good God.....I am humbled to think of all you have been through and all you have chosen to share with your blogging friends. May the Lord be glorified as you rejoice and sing praises to Him! Love all the way across the ocean- Jen and Billy

Anonymous said...

Praise the Lord! I have been praying it would be 'no change.'


Anonymous said...

Kate - Thanks for sharing this great news so quickly. I have been praying for you!


Anonymous said...

Great great great great (awesome) (fabulous) news, Kate! Rejoicing w/ you on your "all clear!" I've heard the stingray exhibit IS good, so what a great idea to celebrate your clear-ness... or lack of neoplasia thereof-ness... or lesion-less-ness... or clarity-ness and ALL of DAT! Yippeee!!! L Jo

Anonymous said...

I found your blog a little over a year ago and been reading and praying. This is such great news for you and your family. Thanks be to God.
Mary from VA

Anonymous said...

So thankful to hear the news, Kate. Thanks for sharing it so quickly with your "praying friends". Enjoy your summer with your boys! Love, Judy K.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Kate! My heart is rejoicing with you over this great news. You know God is good ALL the time... today I'm glad we get to see His goodness in your great report. Health is such a blessing... we are praising Him with you.

Let's celebrate over popcorn at a morning movie sometime soon! :->

Hugs to you,

Anonymous said...

Yes!!!!! Thank you Lord. "The Lord has done great things for us and we are filled with joy." Ps. 126:3

Rejoicing big time with you.
Enjoy the zoo with your sweet boys.
Love in Jesus,

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Anonymous said...

Whoopee!!!! Hallelujah!!!! Dancin' with joy over here!!!

Praying that God will continue to use your story to turn hearts to Him and His Son.

Love, Sue :)

Anonymous said...

Yahoo!! I am so happy for you, Kate!

God bless,

Anonymous said...

Yeah!!! That is great news, Kate! As always, we continue to keep you in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

That is super news! It was fun seeing you at the pool today!
Elizabeth Ward

Anonymous said...

Kate, this is great news! Fatigue is tough with three growing boys, but if that's the only price you pay after all you've been through, what a blessing! Naps are a wonderful thing!

MisoMama said...

Praise God!

EllieNat said...

Wonderful news!

Anonymous said...

I always check your site...you KNOW I do...and do you know how good it is to see that "All Clear" entry every time I log on? It is as much of a blessing TODAY as it is on the first day it was posted...it has been over a month since you originally wrote it...and it is STILL STILL STILL wonderful to read...just wanted you to know that I was still checking...not that there was any doubt! Love you! L Jo

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