Good Morning everyone,
It's been awhile since I spent a night in the Hospital with Jesse. We have a great time talking and hanging out. We don't watch movies like Dee and Jo. I guess we chat so much we don't get to it.
It is amazing to stand in front of the finish line, ready to cross it tomorrow afternoon, and look back at the starting line when we were told how long this marathon was going to be and what was expected with the treatment. Unless you experience the 107 degree fever with the shakes, throwing up and diarrhea (all at the same time) or the mouth sores and bruising on her body it's hard to relate to the journey the "Team Catron" has endured. We thank you all so much for all of your support. We couldn't have made it without the support members, all the way through the race, that helped with so many things. Our wonderful Church members that brought the family food and all the people that have been praying for us. To all of our family and friends that have been with us through this my......I can't find the words to say how much I appreciate all you have done. We love you all so much.
Jesse got her first dose of Chemo at 9pm and threw up at 12. She was coughing really hard is why though. This morning she feels fine and took a shower (she wants to smell good for Matt). I guess she didn't care how she smelled for me when we were curled up on the bed talking last night. Jess and I are going to do this post together so I am going to turn it over to her. Thanks again for everything. This will be my last post.
Hey its Jesse =) awesome news yes i am almost done!!!! and I'm Getting a Doberman!!!!!!! My dad says that I deserve one because of all the junk i went through. I'm way excited!
WAIT, this is mom, this has not been passed through the queen!!!