Tuesday, August 20, 2013

High-school days~

It is too bad that kids in high-school don't have the knowledge of what adulthood is like, or how different their lives will be once high-school is done and how much they will change over the years.  I sometimes think of what it would be like to go back to high-school, knowing what I know now....I have changed so much since then....I sure wouldn't be the quiet, shy, nerd I was ( not that there is anything wrong with that). I would have made the most of it and instead, I am left wishing it would have been different, that I had taken more chances, been more carefree....moral of the story..... enjoy the 4 years of high-school, you can't get them back and don't be afraid to be yourself, make new friends and try new things. For everyone who has had a great high-school experience, kudos to you, but sadly, there are many who did not.

First day of school 2013~

Tristan, Freshman
Trevor, 7th grade
Trey, 4th grade

Sunday, August 18, 2013

High-school Football

Tristan's football season has officially started! He is a freshman this year!

Our baby turned 10!

Trey turned 10 years old on August 11th! So proud of him and can't wait to see what the future holds for him! ♥ Best wishes and happy birthday Trey!

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Raising awareness to CURE CYSTIC FIBROSIS~

This past weekend was our annual Friendship Festival in Lathrop. We have had a float in the parade for the past 10 years to promote awareness of Cystic Fibrosis. This was our 11th float with the theme of "MULE DYNASTY". Here are some pics!

Good results from the MRI~

My doctor at KU said my MRI looked good! No evidence of cancer. They want me to come back in 6 months to monitor the spot and do an ultrasound. Thankful for the good news!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Breast MRI~

I went this morning for my breast MRI that Dr. McGinness ordered, even though the pathology report on my last biopsy said the spot they saw on my last mammogram was not cancer. I guess they are just verifying. Dr. McGinness said she saw something on my skeletal wall and she wanted to have the MRI to see for sure what that something is. I took two Valiums this morning as I am very claustrophobic. I still felt pretty uncomfortable and contemplated squeezing the panic ball, but I managed to stick with it and finish the test. I should have some results tomorrow.