Archive for September, 2008
Neil, Sam and Andy on the big screen at the Padre game
Charlie showing his baseball
We are all fine. Sorry for the long delay on updates. Sam’s VMA/HVA numbers came back today VMA: 8.8 (pretty good) and HVA 11.9 (little high). VMA number made us very happy today.
The boys have been busy with school, soccer, being fanatic football [...]
Sam Running for the TD
Sam laughing at Dad
Charlie for the long bomb
It was a beautiful night last night and we took the football up to the park. The boys had a great time as you can see. We had the park to ourselves and it was just one of those unexpected times I wanted to soak [...]
Quick update to today’s post to provide some mental relief VMA/HVA back down to 9.5 and 9.3.
We did an new scan for us on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. It’s called an octreoscan and it’s similar to an MIBG scan but it’s over two days and the injection is different. The Tuesday scan was 4-hours post-injection and the Wednesday scan was 24-hours post-injection. It is a much clearer scan than [...]
Before you read this post, I have a couple of places to send you today: First please click on the following link to see the wonderful Lacey Family and Magic Water on the Boston news: http://www.thebostonchannel.com/video/17394176/index.html
Second, Erin Buenger is in the hospital facing five days of continuous chemo and it would be great if you [...]
Max’s wonderful laugh was silenced last night. In a galaxy far, far away, there is an angel fighting alongside Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia to make the world safe for everyone. Please keep his family in your thoughts & prayers and visit his site at www.mikulak.org