Monday, December 12, 2005

Labs Today

Kerstin went in to the "Infusion Center" at St. E's today for her blood work: ANC is 841 (up from 623 on Thursday) and everything else looks good. Other than that, just another day of school time with Mr. Knobel and goofing off at home.


Aunt Sandi said...

You know how I LOVE my good news!!! Thanks for the post to keep us all up to date. Chilly here this week; Uncle Carl was "commenting" on that yesterday -- just before his boss told him to go to Toledo, Ohio, for two days! Sounded like time for a geography lesson to me ... Casey got the map out, and he's correct: It's CHILLIER in Toledo. :)

Have fun with your teacher, and keep those numbers climbing cuz -- you got it -- I LOVE my good news! xoxoxoxo

toninette said...

Goofing off today? I want to goof off - can I come over? I'm the queen of goofing - I'll teach you a thing or two little missy! It was nice seeing you the other day -all frisky and full of bubbles!



Anonymous said...

Hi Leaf Family! Hope you all are having a great day! Kerstin, I am so happy that your counts are headed in the right direction!
Did you get the package that we sent you? If you did not get it yesterday, you should get it today! How is the basement? Have you all called June about your wish? You better get on it! It is so cool and so fun! We love ya!
Kristi and Abby

Aunt Debbie and the boys said...

Wow, how nice to get your lab work done in Lincoln. I bet your mom is glad she doesn't have to drive to Omaha.Keep those counts going up, up, up!!! (Have you been doing the count dance in secret?)

Katie Bencken said...

Kerstin - you are still in my prayers day in and day out and it's so great to hear that you are doing well! I hope you're enjoying the time spent with your sister and maybe I'll see you soon!

Jeff and Annie - You're family is in my prayers and I'm so glad you're doing well. Please let me know if there's anything I can do. Also, thank you for keeping my family in your prayers at the same time. It means so much to all of us to know that, despite it all, we have so much support in my dad's recovery. All I can think, since things are going so well for both of us, is that God is truly amazing!

God Bless,

Anonymous said...

Annie and Kerstin,
I'm glad your counts are coming up and you are recovering from chemo. Chemo is no fun, but you will get through it!! I actually work some at the St E's infusion center as an RN, so I may run into you there someday :)
Angela and I have been praying for you!
Anne Lorenz