Sunday, November 21, 2010


The MRI didn't show anything. Next Dr's appointment is on Friday. In the mean time, Evan does a lot of sleeping and doesn't have energy to do much of anything.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Evan and Julie, since I last spoke to Evan last Friday you and your family have been constantly in my thoughts and prayers! My heart just aches for you. When Evan told me about his liver failing to thrive he said he may have between two months and one year left. My heart stood still. I know how hard it is to have that little black cloud hoovering above just waiting. I was diagnosed with breast cancer one year ago. Evan and I would talk often about how surreal it felt to have something growing inside that we could do nothing about except wait, and try to live every day like it was our last chance. It is so hard to plan for our loved ones and we often talked and wondered what message can you possibly leave behind that might make a difference to them. It always comes down to a simple thing our testimonies. I know that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ are real. They have prepared a way for us to return to live with them. Often times I have felt their loving arm around me and my family holding us up. I am so grateful for the peace the gospel brings. Evan you are one of my heros! I admire you and the strength you have. You inspire me and encourage me to keep fighting. I feel blessed and honored to work with you and to know you. Keep fighting! Please let me know if you need anything, and I really mean anything! I will be there! I want to help anyway I can.
You are in our prayers.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Janna Hardman