Scott & Sunny

Scott & Sunny

Friday, December 5, 2008

Just a quick update on Scotty boy. Yesterday's bloodwork looked a lot better. All those sinister unclassifieds and immature cells were gone and replaced with a half-decent anc. His platelets took a huge dive and the hemoglobin was a little lower than I would have liked so Im still on heart attack stand-by but feel very, very relieved that things look more normal. I cant even begin to tell you how worried I have felt lately, its been one thing after another, anyhoo...

We have just returned from Give Kids the World in Orlando and had lots of fun and shopping but one of us will update on that in the next day or two.

And as it is almost Christmas, and as it is tradition (here and at "that other site") I will leave you with the best song ever written. No2 in the charts at Christmas when I was 18, beaten to the top spot by "two gays and a drum machine" (The Pet Shop Boys) according to Shane.

5 comments:

patrickfoy5 said...

When I hear this, I am reminded of why I stopped drinking when I am performing...Glad to hear some good news... Prayers your way, everyday..... Patrick

Grandmama said...

So glad to hear from you all
was not sure when you all were going on your trip. But so glad you had a good time.
It's always good too from you all when you have some good news.
Please stay in touch.
Love To all
Mom [Grandmama]

christine said...

Can't say I agree with your choice of 'best song ever written' Steph - I can't even make out what they are saying - but I guess that has something to do with the
'generation gap'.! Still, it's a good job we don't all like the same thing - that would get very boring.
love you all, mum/nana

Laura said...

Thanks for sharing the song! :) I hope everyone at your house is having a great weekend. It has been snowing here all day and we probably have at least 6 inches on the ground. The kids have been going outside with Joe to make igloos. I stay inside with the baby - Ellie Joy is one month old today! Time sure does fly. Wishing you all a wonderful evening. Sending Smiles, Angel Laura

Sandie said...

Someone ought to tell Santa the poor boy needs some teeth.

I'm thrilled to hear that things are okay. :)

Lots of love to you all
xoxoxo
S.