Friday, June 10, 2011


There are not too many words needed to accompany these pictures.  The treatment for cancer is just about as scary as the cancer itself. Our fantastic radiation tech Selema, (who is assigned to be Christian’s buddy), brought me into the radiation room so I could see Christian going into his blue body cast and getting preped to start his daily treatment. It instantly brought tears to my eyes. Thankfully we only have five treatments left.  Enough said. 

Trying to recover from chemo and radiation on the same day
Propofol - drug that puts him to sleep - leaking - OOPS!
Stickers used to guide radiation tech

Seleman and Christian chillin' before sleepy time!

Ready to start
Today I am thankful for:
2.The smell after the rain on a warm spring evening

Radiation Machine


  1. Hello to my family members. You are all amazing me right now. Only 1 radiation is left and you have all done a great job of being supportive fighters. Just wanted to say that I love you all so much and am so excited to see you all this August.
    Love from,

  2. Little guy. Sending you much love and support. Why we must endure these things is beyond me, but I am grateful that you have guidance and take comfort from a higher power. Even though I haven't met Christian, please tell him I am thinking about him, and really hope to meet him soon. Your family inspires me. Love, Angela & Christopher

  3. Megan, very scary pictures indeed. Sending big loves to you and your special man.