Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Testing, testing

This Friday is Andrea's "100th day" from bone marrow transplant. The team of experts at MDA are having her skip a day or so of fluids and other meds to see what her system can do on its own. It is very exciting yet tense for us standing by. "All things are possible through prayer".
Even the nurses at MDA have commented on how Andrea's hair is starting to grow. It is about 1/4 inch long now!
Thank you for checking in on Andrea and continuing in prayer.
Love to all,
Kathy

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yea Andrea!

You have gotten through the hardest 100 days of your life and now it is only up from here. We are sorry that we will not be able to hear you speak in AZ, but we will be thinking of you and praying for you.

Love ya,

Michelle, J and Avery

Anonymous said...

I can't imagine how though these days have been for you, but I am so grateful to hear this is almost over! God is with you and will continue to take care of you! You are an amazing woman, I admire you strenght and courage! I hope to be able to see you soon!

Celia Lewis

Anonymous said...

We will continue to pray for you, Andrea, especially this Friday.

Love,
Alice and Art

Alex Hall said...

We love you Andrea and you are always in our prayers and thoughts! I miss you and can't wait to see you.
Love
Alex and Bart and Hef

Anonymous said...

Andrea I am so happy for you and your entire family. You have been so strong. I will continue to keep you in my prayers. I hope to see you soon. The office sends their love.

Denise Bishop

Pfeiffer Pfamily said...

Andrea, stay inspired, way to keep postive..You have a wonderful family and Lord by your side..Chris

Anonymous said...

I am praying for your sight to be healed.

Your Brother in Christ!

Carolyn Frazier said...

Dear Andrea,
It is so good to hear that the 100 days are over, and it is especially good to hear the news about your bone marrow. It's just miraculous.

I am praying for the miracles to continue on your eyesight.

Thoughts and prayers and love go to you and your family from the Fraziers.

Love,

Carolyn