Monthly Archives: March 2009

I went with Tammy and Angelina to the chemo clinic at the hospital yesterday morning. We were there by 7:30 in the morning. Angelina couldn’t eat or drink because she was scheduled for another spinal tap if her blood numbers came back good. By 11am, Angelina was prepped for her spinal. We’re waiting on the […]

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Angelina came home two days ago, and was back at the clinic hospital today for chemo. My sister will be there three to four times a week for the chemo. Angelina’s blood will be drawn first to check numbers and then after a wait from the bloodwork, chemo will begin for the day. It’s a […]

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We received the news we were hoping for late afternoon yesterday – it’s ALL and NOT in the Central Nervous System! Thank you so much for your prayers!Angelina had her first dose of chemo last night and was relaxed on pain meds from the surgery. Her first month of chemo will be intense and frequent. […]

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Last night, our family received heart-breaking news. My 17 month old niece (my twin sister’s baby), has Leukemia. If you’re a parent, I’m sure you can understand it’s a nightmare. It’s not fair – she’s just a baby, but the disease is never fair, right?This morning will be her surgery. She’ll have a spinal tap […]

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