His Journey with Cancer

Congratulations to this years NHL Alumni Ace Bailey Award for Courage our man Earl!!!!!

Darby and I (along with 26 others) were there to accept the award for him. It was a grand event, but could never compare to the grandness of Heaven.

May 3, 2007

All is Well

Hi Everyone,
Earl completed his 2nd round of chemo, and made it through with flying colors. He is still in hospital waiting for the chemo med levels to come down. He has experienced very few side effects, the main one being just plain tired (jonked would be a better choice of words.) He will be able to go home once those levels come down (hopefully by Friday) and then will head back next Monday to take on round 3
Keep in Touch,
Debbie

1 comment:

mem said...

Hi Earl,
I saw Debbie yesterday and I was so happy to hear how well you are doing with your chemo. I only know you through quilting with Debbie and through reading your Blog, and the Earl I'm getting to know is a remarkable young man! My church group is praying for you, and some of them even remember when you were at the Epiphany Children's Centre - they say you were a crazy trike rider in those days, and they remember you with real affection. Good Luck this week with your treatments.
Maureen

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