Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
Friday, January 23, 2009
Jaden and I rocking our Hawks.
Don't worry this is just my Lane from Gilmore Girls moment. Meaning I am shaving it so my hair grows in even and all I will have are these pictures to prove I once rocked a hawk
We still don't know when Johns surgery is there was a problem with the Oral surgery office and our insurance. They first told us our insurance wouldn't pay for the anesthesia and we would have to pay out of pocket up front, then they said the insurance wouldn't cover the removal of the tumors and guess who they wanted to pay?! If I had hair I would have pulled it out! Apparently our medical insurance is better then our dental and the insurance company says it is covered if they bill it right. I was quite stressed out by Monday afternoon thinking John wouldn't be able to have surgery, then I had my dad give me a fathers blessing and with allot of personal prayer I was guided to the Cancer Alliance Center. They should be calling me to day with a surgery date.
I am so grateful to my Heavenly Father I know that we are in His care and He is guiding us through this trial. Thank you everyone for all the help and prayers on our families behalf.
take care, Crystee
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
I love spending time with my Family!
Like my dog Winnie I am done with the snow!
Merry Christmas and my the Lord bless you and your families in the New Year.
Saturday, December 13, 2008
I CAN SEE YOU!
Dustin you were right Tattoo's on the head don't hurt! May because mine are rub on.
Well I am still here and as you can see I am finding ways to spend my time I do get a little bored here at home. I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. We had the whole family over to our house the Sunday before to celebrate Thanksgiving since my brother was having a nose job on Monday and wouldn't be up for a big get together it was fun.
I went to the doctors yesterday to get blood and we found out that my red blood cells weren't as low as they expected and that my Bone Marrow is starting to make red cells! I am the only one in the study that this has happened to and they were happy yet surprised. I know that it is through the power of prayer that I am doing so well, so thank you to every one who keeps me in your prayers.
Now I am on to phase two of the clinical trial in a couple of weeks I will start on the Growth Factor and cut the Chemo down to once a week. This should stimulate my Bone Marrow into making all three blood components, so please keep me in your prayers. I can't say Thank you enough to all my family and friends for all you do for me and my family during these trials.
Take care and don't forget to hug those you love and tell them you love them.