Thursday, May 14, 2009

All is Well

Hey everyone..Marion here..I've had a lot of requests to update the blog a little more often..since Paul stays so busy, I thought I'd try to help him out! Just wanted to let everyone know that yesterday went well..and we were very relieved when we left the hospital! The doctor reassured Megan this had NOTHING to do with her tumor..and she needed to stop thinking about that for now..and just get on with living!! They did some blood work, and concluded that Megan is probably anemic! She needs to go to a regular doctor..for more blood work, and then possibly medication to treat it..or we thought we'd just start eating a lot more steak and spinach!! Megan says only if Paul is grilling! The doctor also thought that Megan had caught the virus that her girls have had, which caused her to run a low-grade fever for 3 days..and robbed her of all her energy! (the girls, and THEIR energy, are also a big reason for her fatigue!!...I know they can wear me out!!) But again, he reassured her this was not related to her tumor, or the radiation, which was great news for her.. and I think she felt way better when we left just knowing that! She even had a bit of an appetite, so I took her out for lunch! Thanks to everyone for their prayers, it means so much to us to know she is being lifted up to her Father by so many! I'll try to keep y'all updated a little more often, you know I like to chat!


Sandy Brockhausen said...

Hi Megan,

Just read the latest blog. Glad to hear this tiredness is anemia and know you are very relieved!!! Still praying daily for you and your family. May the Lord infuse you and all the granny's and papa's with energy and strength so you all can take care of those little energy balls!!!!

Keep standing on God promises cause He is still working on your behalf.


Sandy B

Kendall Micayla said...

oh thats great! i hope that everything goes well at the doctors, eat all that steak up! :)

The Moras said...

Hi Megan and Family,
I wanted to first thank you for this blog! We received this info from Jeff Mizeur.
My twin sister, Elizabeth, was also diagnosed with Grade 3 Anaplastic Astrocytoma. She is barely starting her journey. Your blog has really given us hope that God will help my sister through her journey.
May God offer you complete healing and ask for my sister's complete healing as well.
I invite you to read my sister's blog at
May God Bless you and your family,
Katherine G. Gonzales

tricia said...

Hi Megan! We're still lifting you up here at the Zody house. I say, "Yes, eat steak!!" You are precious and your journey is an inspiration to so many. God is alive and active!
We love you!