Man oh man what a crazy last couple of weeks it has been for us, I will try to catch y'all up as best as I can. Last Wednesday we went to the hospital for our daughters scans to get idea of how the cancer is doing. We hadn't been home no time at all when they called and told us to come back. They had found a blood clot in one of her main arteries and she needed to get back as soon as possible. Let me tell you hearing the words "blood clot" is almost as scary as hearing the word cancer. I rushed around to get everything together and took off to the hospital. We ended up with a two day stay and having to be on blood thinner, but everything seems to be going well. We went back in this week for our regular chemo treatment (round #3) and was told by her oncologist she will not need any radiation. Oh my word, let me tell you, I was one happy mama. All I could do was just praise the Lord for that good news, but God wasn't done with us yet. The dr. then told us that after consulting with some other oncologists they had come to the conclusion that she was only going to need 4 rounds of chemo in total and we had already finished two. It was so good to hear that we may be done with these chemo treatments by Thanksgiving. Let me tell you it took a couple of seconds for that to sink in!! God just kept blessing us yesterday and sending us positive and encouraging news. As I sat here at the hospital writing this blog I can't help but think about how much our lives have changed over the last couple of months. I have decided to reflect back on that in a later blog, after she has beat her cancer, and I know she is going to beat it. God has been so good to us, not only in her healing, but also in how he has used our family, friends and church family to help us out during this time. I am so glad we have had them to support us. I am going to end on that note and stop to watch The Phantom of the Opera with my daughter.