March 31st, 2013. Day +751.   3 comments

I’m sorry for the tardy post.  It has been a busy few weeks.  After Charlotte’s appointment earlier this month, Amy and I took the girls to an indoor waterpark in Wisconsin Dells to celebrate and get away for a DSC05072little while.  The girls both had a great time.  It was so nice to see them both running around and splashing like all of the other guests.  We took Charlotte and Molly to the Build-A-Bear Workshop and The Disney Store Outlet and let them pick a few of their favorite things out, not like they needed any more stuffed animals or toys!  It was a nice couple of days of relaxing and being normal.

I wanted to write quickly and ask you all for a few prayers.

Austin just got back home from his transplant and is at day +31.  He is doing great and we continue to pray for the best.

Jeremy Kong, the boy I mentioned in October with another rare form of AML, has relapsed only 100 short days after his transplant.  They are trying another round of chemotherapy and perhaps another transplant if that is successful.  But for now, it is more heartache and uncertainty for his parents.

And my Uncle Dean-my father’s only brother and my Godfather, has come home from the UW hospital with hospice care.  He has fought hard against MDS and AML and he has been an inspiration to us all!  He and Sharon and Kim and Bill have done so much for Charlotte and our family since we started this journey.  We ask that you pray for him and his wonderful family in this very trying time.

Posted March 31, 2013 by L. Elske in Uncategorized

3 responses to “March 31st, 2013. Day +751.

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  1. Nothing tardy about it – just a family taking time out their busy “normal” schedule to keep others updated on your life! and it sounds wonderful. Many prayers for those needing them, especially Uncle Dean who is so near and dear to us.

  2. Now I’m the “tardy” one. Just read your blog. So happy that the girls are doing so well! Our prayers go out for your Uncle Dean and family and those fighting the fight for life. God bless you!

  3. I always check in on the blog and happy to read how great everything is going. Sorry about your Uncle.

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