Thursday, December 4, 2008

Thursday Night Update! 6:32 am

Good news! Had the procedure done and it was so NOT a big deal that mom was allowed to stay and take some photos of the doc injecting the talc. It was over in less than ten minutes and DIDNT HURT AT ALL. There was a little bit of discomfort when I started turning around on each side, just what I would describe as some internal burning, but now Im on my back so Im way comfortable now. Actually ordered dinner which I probably wont eat, but Ill give it a shot.Mere, Nick and Drew stopped by for lunch this afternoon and of course these two were hamming it up for the camera - does ANYONE doubt that Drew is going to grow up to be just like daddy?

A BIG THANKS to the Raterman's for providing dinner for mom and dad tonight, they were such happy little campers!
Also, a PART II thanks to the coaches at Fairmont who have provided me with an entire spirit wear ARSENAL to wear for posterity. Im so pumped!!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Leave it to women to bare with ease what grown men scream about!!! You Rock!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the updates!! Prayers continue. Rest up and quit apologizing about updates. There aren't many who would keep them up like you do. All the pictures and updates are amazing.

Annie said...

I second the first anonymous! You're absolutely amazing and to update us, on top of it all...I'm speechless.

Anonymous said...

So glad the procedure went well. You are the strongest person I know......and could that pic be any more cute???
Carrie Combs

Lola said...

Yay! So happy the procedure went well. Get lots of rest lady!

Jill said...

Hey-heard it was happening yesterday. I'm glad it wasn't as bad as predicted. Seriously though, I'm pretty sure it 'wasn't so bad' because it was all you. Hope things are continuing to improve.

Anonymous said...

Hi MO....

Hugs Thoughts and Prayers to You..
Wishing You the Best....

steve

Waltrip Woman said...

Peg Aracri told me about your site and I have been reading over your posts from the past few years. You are an AMAZING young woman with an incredible spirit. Such an inspiration . . . .

More than anything else, I am in awe of your energy, enthusiasm, and honesty as you face your illness with eyes wide open and a bat in your hands--swinging at any curve balls that life has thrown to you. Keep hitting it out of the park: there is NOTHING that can stop you!

Brad, Dionne, and family said...

Wishing you all our deepest condolences. Melissa was in our wedding in July--what an incredible person!! She demonstrated so much courage and had such a wonderfully positive attitude. She will be missed by everyone. Our prayers are with her and her family.

Love,
Brad, Dionne, Linda, Vic, Joanne, Mary Carol, Jeff, and Bob