Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Call me NED...

In cancer lingo, that means "No Evidence of Disease". Maybe I'll change my name to NED legally like that guy on the Bengals who changed his name to Ocho Cinco. Because I'm feeling particularly foolish today.

16 comments:

Cathy Gill said...

NED...what answered prayers! You have fought an incredible fight and we are so excited to hear your good news! May the next year be filled with much joy and happiness - you truly deserve it!

Art Usher said...

L'il Sis, you can change your name to whatever you want to, just make sure to swing by Las Vegas and roll some dice or pull some slots because a couple of quarters should turn into a few million for you and I have to stop typing now because I'm so happy I can't stop crying.

Varina said...

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Anonymous said...

I am so happy to hear your good news!
Marilyn

Stephanie said...

Yeah!!!!!!!!!! I'm SO SO happy to hear this!!! I've been thinking about you all day.

Mary said...

I have been thinking about you all day and couldn't get to a computer until now. I am so happy and like your wonderful brother, I can't stop crying. What's the plan now?

virginia said...

What wonderful news for you and your family. Many more blessings for all of you! I'm so thankful, Lisa Marie.

love,

Ginny

Sara said...

Great news!

Anonymous said...

That's so wonderful Lisa! God Bless you and your family!

Leslie said...

Wow. What a miracle. Prayers do work!! So happy for you. Way to fight that crap called cancer!!

Anonymous said...

YAY! How's it feel to kick cancer's a**?!!

Hope 2010 is the best year ever.

Anonymous said...

This is amazing! You deserve every happiness in the world (especially if it comes in the form of 3 adorable children and a loving husband). Time to reclaim your life. Enjoy!

dorothy said...

January 24, 2010
Sorry this is a day late.
Love, Aunt Dorothy
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday dear Hayden,
Happy Birthday to you.
May the dear Lord bless you,
May the dear Lord bless you,
May the dear Lord bless Hayden,
May the dear Lord bless you.

dorothy said...

Lisa has disappeared from Facebook, so I had to check her blog. What wonderful news! The power of prayer & Lisa's determination are to be reckoned with. The teacher in me said don't end that sentence with a preposition, but prayer & Lisa are forces to be reckoned with!

Anonymous said...

Hooray for NED. This is the best news of the year for a lot of Houstonians. Congratulations Lisa and family!! Looking forward to bumping into you soon, Julie F.

Amy: a Me with a semicolon said...

Congratulations!!! I am so happy to hear it!