Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Wow

I read somewhere that the first rule of journalism is not to bury the meat of a story deep in the text so here it is:

They found no evidence of cancer in my belly.

That’s right. No evidence of cancer. During my surgery on Friday, the surgeon took many small biopsies of what looked like cancerous tissue. It was sent to the lab and there was no cancer in the samples. Diagnosis: negative for cancer.

Wow.

I have to admit, I am more than a little freaked out. When the nurse called, I started sobbing uncontrollably. Jacob came up and said “why are you crying daddy?”. I told him “because I am so happy.” He gave me a hug and a kiss and asked why I was happy. I told him “cause daddy isn’t sick anymore.”

Not sick anymore. Wow.

My aunt made a good point, saying sometimes good news is hard to take. It is very true.

I will have more information later, after I talk to the doctor. Thank you for your prayers, there could be no better evidence of them working.

Death to Cancer

Cancer is Dead

15 comments:

Alana said...

That is awesome! I am so happy for you.

Ken said...

Awesome. Bring on the skydiving.

Jeff said...

Are you gonna get a snoopy tatoo?

Jeff

Lindsay said...

That is the greatest news I have heard....ever!!!! I am so happy for you! -Lindsay P

Lindsay said...

Jason- That is the greatest news I have ever heard....ever!!! I am so happy for you!

- Lindsay P

Anonymous said...

WOOOO HOOOOO!!!! You did it!! Way to go. To say that I am happy for you is a major understatement.

Sky diving, anyone?

Anonymous said...

In my excitement forgot to say that above "WOO HOO" was from Kellye. Yippee!

Tim Smith said...

I have a huge smile on my face and I'm speechless. I can't begin to tell you how happy I am for you. Congratulations. And thanks for sharing the great news!

Anonymous said...

Jason,
Many of us here at Lake Conroe have had you and your family in our prayers for months!
What a blessing to hear your wonderful news!
We will continue to pray for your health and return to 'normalcy'!

Anonymous said...

Jason - The best is yet to come.
Enjoy your life! I am so excited and happy for you and Jenn and Jacob. God bless you all!
Love - Aunt Joan

Anonymous said...

Let all of us here in Michigan know when the party is...we can't wait to see all of you!
Love,Amy

Chris said...

We are all so happy at this news Jason!

Chris Kottke and family

lesli said...

Cancer, shmancer! I have nothing clever and witty to share like I was hoping I would. I think it's hard to explain what we feel about your news. Happy, excited, relieved - none of that measures up to the real feelings of your news. You rock. I expect updates on your skydiving experience, how the party was and all the fun javascript:void(0)
Publish Your Commentstuff you're going to do! Now's the time to make up for the last year and I know you'll do it right. YAY!!!!!! My best to you, Jenn and Jacob.

~Lesli L.

scagnetti said...

hey there, dear spouse...
if you can wait, I'll go skydiving with ye in August...
yes August.
miss u buddy, and I KNEW THIS WOULD HAPPPEN!!!
you persevere, and have so many people rooting for you, praying for you, and married to you...
love you buddy!!!
congratulations,
mark

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Jason - that is wonderful news. I am so happy for you and the family. I'm in for sky diving - let me know when that happens.
Sarah