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Thankful Thursday

This week there is so much to be thankful for! Of course I have my normal news, a great job, wonderful healthy kids, a supportive family and amazing friends! But this week I have some news that EVERYONE should here. At 6 months of age our Vice Principal found out her son had cancer. I couldn't imagine as a parent the way her heart must have hurt. She gave up her position as Vice Principal to do what any mom would have BE THERE. 6 months of Chemo(8 rounds) and yesterday they got the call that brought them to their knees. Their precious little boy was cancer free! Of course he will under go monthly checks and be given more love then he can handle but the joy is just overwhelming today and I couldn't be more thankful to see her face this morning. If you pray please pray he continue to stay cancer free and happy! If any family deserves this miracle it is this family and I am so happy for them :O)

Comments

Anonymous said…
That is awesome news. I hate when children have to suffer with things like this. I will definitely add him to my prayers.
Melinda Dunne said…
That is wonderful news! It is just heartbreaking to even imagine a child cancer stricken at such a young age (any age really).
Tricia said…
awww that is awesome news!!! I hate cancer and it is not fair.
Unknown said…
As a cancer survivor I know what that call is like and I can say as a parent that would be the best call in the whole world.. I hope this family doesn't have to deal with those trials anymore!
Mellissa said…
They have been nothing but smiles :O) congratulations on beating cancer!
DaLynnRmc.com said…
Wow, what a journey! Praise God for the good report! Praying for this baby and family. Thanks for sharing!

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