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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Goodbye, inpatient

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IMG_20140122_182302Noah was discharged from inpatient care at St. Jude this evening (he’s waving goodbye in the photo). He’s had a great couple of days, showing no ill effects from his treatment. He, Sarah and Sarah’s mother will be staying at the Ronald McDonald House across the street from the hospital the next couple of days while Daniel, Emmalee and I are back in Jackson. On Friday, we’ll move to the Habitat for Hope home in Millington.

I talked to Noah on the phone tonight, and he was ecstatic about being at Ronald McDonald. He had played air hockey, Pac Man and pool in the game room and was simply tickled about it.

He’s scheduled for another round of chemo tomorrow. We’d appreciate your prayers that the side effects would be minimal.

Categories : Family, Leukemia, Noah

Comments

  1. David McIntyre says:

    Great news! Praying for you all.

  2. Di Winson says:

    Love that lil’ red wagon! : ) LOVE that Noah is enjoying Ronald McDonald House.

  3. The Lassiters says:

    Good news! We keep praying! Much love send your way.

  4. Sandy Phipps says:

    Praise God for answered prayers. Keeping all of you in our prayers daily. Knowing our Great Physician is in charge is the best comfort of all.

  5. Sandy Hardin says:

    Wonderful report, we are members of Englewood in Jackson. Our small group Bible Study met in our home Tuesday night and we had special prayer for Noah. I am the Director of the Special Needs Ministry and last Sunday during prayer time, all our special needs students prayed for Noah also! God is hearing and answering all the prayers going up for your precious little one!

  6. Janice Crawford says:

    We sent Noah a card yesterday. I put the St. Jude’s address on it. I hope now that he is getting to leave the hospital that they will forward it on to him. If you end up having a different address please let us know so that we can keep sending him cards and such. God bless all of you!! Janice Crawford

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