Friday, November 16, 2007

Another Test Today

I'm going up to Huntsman today to have an ultrasound of my ovaries, since there was a little concern in the PET scan. I'm not sure when we get the results on this.

My oncologist's office set up an appointment to meet with radiation therapy on Dec. 18th and that's when I'll get my IV for Zometa, the bon-strengthening drug. I'm wondering if we should do this any sooner--since my whole torso feels like it's falling apart sometimes--and is painful. I'll talk to them and see.

No matter what, I'm "having a perfect brightness of hope" (2 Nephi 20) and I'm going to think positive.



Connie said...

Jenn, if there is anyone that is strong and immovable, that would be you. We all think of you daily and wish the best for you. You are always in our prayers. Thanks for being such a great example to me. Love ya.

Connie said...

If there is anyone I know that will stand strong and immovable, that would be you. We are thinking of you 24 hours a day. Love ya. Connie

Chantal said...

I hope you don't mind, but I had Gayle forward me your blog. What a wonderful way to let us, your friends, know how you are doing and what is happening with your treatment! I'm sure it will help to alleviate at least some of the many phone calls you must be getting right now.

I want you to know that I have been "Heartsick" since I heard your news a couple of days ago. You have been on my mind constantly since then. I want you to know that I am here for you and want to help you in any way I can! (ie. babysitting, meals, juicies, lunch, cleaning, etc.)

Jen, I admire your strength and courage in fighting this disease! You can do it and your friends will be there to strengthen you when you need it! You and your family are in my prayers!

Love ya!

Audrey said...

Jenn, what can I say, except you are an amazing person. You know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many Families. Your smiling face makes us all feel as though if you can keep on going with the trials that you face, then we must all stand a little taller and face lifes obstacles with greater faith and optimism. Love ya, Audrey