Thanks for your continued prayers! We just wanted to update you on Aaron’s appointment this morning. After some discussion, it was decided that Aaron will return to the hospital on July 24th. He will then undergo his second round of chemo which should be less severe, according to the doctor. With the particular medication Aaron will be receiving, he will most likely not lose any more hair or feel really nauseous! I am thankful that the doctor said he would like Aaron’s chemo done in the hospital instead of at home. Having chemo done as an inpatient is a lot better because the duration will be shorter and more people will be around to monitor how Aaron is handling it. Right now, Aaron is working on getting stronger. He has periods where he feels crummy for a few hours at a time but there is nothing going on that concerns the doctors at this point. We are so thankful for God’s lovingkindness and care. We see His goodness everyday. He is truly an awesome and amazing God who works in marvelous ways–ways that we don’t always understand but that we know are the best ways.
Oh, give thanks to the Lord! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples! Sing to Him…Talk of all His wondrous works! Glory in His holy name; Let the hearts of those rejoice who seek the Lord! Psalm 105:1-3