Journal Entry

Time for a small update, huh?...

Well, Brenna has been doing great lately. She loves school still. Her favorite class is 'theater', of course. The kids haven't warmed up to her like a mom would hope. Even her best friends from Elementary haven't made even small efforts to include her. It's kind of sad, but we have to take everything in baby steps, I guess.

BUT NOT FIGHTING THIS TUMOR! No baby steps here. After the last MRI, not even a day, a close friend of ours, told us about a "...man who can cure cancer." His uncle was cured from prostate cancer with this procedure when the traditional docs gave him 2 weeks to live. So we checked out the website, talked to the director, had our Dr. Marietta check it out for legitimacy, and decided to proceed. Mr. Smith stated so matter-of-factly that her tumor would be gone in 30-60 days. THAT'S BEFORE CHRISTMAS!

I know, I know. It sounds too good to be true. I also told Gordon that I don't want to get my hopes up too high because I am too emotionally rocky to handle another dip in the rollercoaster ride. But all our prayers and feelings are so positive about this, that all we are going to do is have faith and hope that this is it! This is what will work for Brenna. The only side effects would be a small fever and maybe itchy skin.

We went to St. George this weekend to see "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at the Tuacahn. We watch it on DVD all the time and we know every song word for word! The music was the same, but the play was completely different. It made us laugh and sing. We enjoyed it completely! We got 4 tickets compliments of Candlelighters. Thanks, Kandy. The weather cooperated and it was a fun, relaxing trip.

Thanks for checking in and we'll keep you posted on the tumor shrinking progress! Love to you all!
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