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  • #81639
    iowagirl
    Member

    Kris….what a great moment to celebrate with your Mark. I’m sure you’ll put some weight back on him soon enough. :) Enjoy this time to the max.

    Julie T.

    #81638
    gavin
    Moderator

    That’s great news about Mark Kris!!! Fatten him up indeed and I hope that you both can enjoy life right now!

    Hugs,

    Gavin

    #81637
    pfox2100
    Member

    Such awesome news. So happy for you and your husband. Blessings.
    Porter

    #81636
    kris00j
    Participant

    Wonderful news! Enjoy your time together and just fatten him up a little!! :)

    #81635
    marions
    Moderator

    Kris…..don’t forget to pat yourself on the back. This has been a herculean effort for both of you. Enjoy, enjoy.
    Hugs,
    Marion

    #81634
    surfer1
    Participant

    Such happy news. Congratulations to you both.

    #81633
    darla
    Participant

    Such great news Kris. Thanks for sharing it as good news is the best news on this board. You two keep doing that happy dance and enjoy!

    #81632
    dukenukem
    Member

    As long as you carry a Seahawks flag, no one in Seattle will look at you twice.

    Take a deep breath. And another. Don’t even think about relaxing, this is way too important. Take time and enjoy life with each other. Always look to the future, not the past.

    Your great news is so important to us. Thank you for sharing.

    #81631
    lainy
    Participant

    YIPPEE for Mark and Kris for being “well” DONE. Music to my ears. Keep the good news flowing! I have to do one more YIPPEE!

    #9834
    kvolland
    Participant

    I want to shout it from the roof tops, run through Seattle screaming it out loud or do a happy dance all the way home but I know someone would think I was crazy and lock me up. I think after a year of this I am a little crazy though.

    We are done. Getting two liters of fluids tonight just to make sure he is well hydrated and then the pump comes off and we are done! No more chemo, no more radiation and no more trips to Seattle for a little while. We don’t have to be back until June for his one year follow-up (one year from surgery).

    Blood counts were good including Ca 19-9 which has come back down since starting radiation when it popped up. He weights 190# fully dressed with his pump on so I suspect about 185 which is what he was at his lowest after surgery. He kind of looks like a scarecrow right now but that will change.

    So darn happy. There are so many people who have helped make this happen including everyone on here for there wonderful support that has been given throughout all this. Thank you everyone for your support. Love you all.

    KrisV

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