We’re still hanging at TCH. Jake’s fever hasn’t broken and likes to hedge up to the high 104’s when the meds begin to ware off. We don’t have a release day in sight and I’m tired of guessing, so I let go and will try and go with the flow (as best as this OCD personality will do). I have a necklace that says “Let Go, Let God”. That’s one of the hardest things to do, but those 4 words remind me that I have NO control here and it is His battle. NOW for some GOOD NEWS… last weekend during our first chemotherapy stay, one of our nurses (fave nurse, Monica) kept telling me about a little boy and his family that she wished we could meet. This little boy and Jake share the same diagnosis,
are the same age, and began their treatments with similar belligerence and strong will. At first I wasn’t sure whether to be offended or comforted by the last part, but I have thought about them all week and hoped we would meet them. On Friday, as Jake began to spike a fever, my dear friend Missy and I were texting. The conversation centered on Jake, that I was watching his fever,
and she was telling me about a friend whose best friend was going through the same thing. As all
Please add Charlie to your prayers with Jake. Two special little warriors battling and fighting hard!
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