Timp Valley Floral
Dickey’s BBQ Pit
Persnickety Clothing Co.
Sylvan Learning Center
Jack and Jill Bowling
Poco Loco Swim Shop
Cold Stone Creamery
Get Fit Clothing and Running
Glen Ricks Photography
Mr. E’s Sports Cards and Collectibles
It doesn’t seem like enough to just say thanks but we don’t have any other words for it. We love you all! We posted just a few of the pictures from the Swim for Steve event.
Stephen felt so good on Sunday that he drove to Provo and went to church with his BYU ward. He even stayed long enough to get his home teaching done Sunday night. After such a great weekend, life went on come Monday morning. Stephen had a second chemo treatment of Gemcitabine today. Jeff started a project management consulting job in American Fork last week. We are so thankful for a new opportunity for him. However, that leaves us both at work during the day. But not to worry, we have so many friends and family members who are willing to help. My sister Ann took him to chemo today and brought him home. Then my sister Jill stopped by with hot soup and rolls just as I came home from work. What a life!
Stephen has been sleeping and feeling pretty sick ever since he came home from the hospital this afternoon. He will feel better in a couple of days. He gets to have next week off to rest. We will meet with the oncologist next week to find out what happens next. I am guessing that they will do a couple more of these treatments before doing another PT test to see if the cancer is responding.
May God bless each of you for what kind and compassionate souls you are. We love you!