Sunday, November 21, 2010

Celebrate Good Times, Come On!

As I was sitting in my office attempting to come up with a title for this post, I heard the Erickson kids singing "Celebrate Good Times, Come On!".  Perfect title!  Many of you know we have a sign in our kitchen reading "celebrate" and that is exactly what we did last night.  We had a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner yesterday with our "crazy train" family!  The Borelli boys did a great job with the bird, pumpkin pies and almond brittle.  We even turned out the lights and opened the slider to enjoy the rain, thunder and lightening.  There's a reason we call ourselves the "crazy train".  Emilie's oncologist emailed yesterday to let us know that her cerebrospinal fluid was free from disease and that her bone marrow aspirate showed "recovering cells, all normal and expected cell types, no disease".  Such great news and a perfect reason to celebrate!  We are grateful for our family and friends who have made our journey thus far very easy and are ultimately grateful to God for giving us the strength and the courage to face each day.  I will leave you with the best photo I got today while trying to get a good Christmas card shot of the KIDS.
Where oh where could those Erickson boys be?Photobucket


Jill said...

Just been catching-up...GREAT news!! truly thankful for sweet Emilie!!- I also read you'll be "searching for Elvis"- I would love to visit you all...(and drop by Emilie's goodie box)
Many Blessings!

Eva said...

That's great to hear! I am so happy for Emily, and the rest of you guys. So does she have to continue with the treatment for the full term or is she done and on her way to recovering?

Happy Thanksgiving!

Mrs. Kitch said...

It was so great to see you in chapel Emilie! All of the kids are so excited to get your bracelets and support you! I hope you and your mom had a wonderful Thanksgiving together!