Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Still in Houston

So, we are still in Houston. Yesterday, we talked to my nurse and she said that nothing could be done until my counts go up. They told me to rest and we would draw blood again on Wednesday. We decided to stay here to give my body the best chance of the best rest.

Please pray my counts go up! We plan to stay in Houston until they do. In the future, there is apparently something they can give me that helps my counts go up so that this is not such an issue. We are praying and trusting that a great solution to all of this will be made!

As of right now, on Thursday I have an appointment with the reconstructive surgeon, as well as an ultrasound and an appointment with Dr. Morrow. This is the appointment I have been long awaiting as the ultrasound with show how I am responding to chemo...I can't wait to see how well it is responding!!! After the ultrasound, we will meet with my Dr. I assuming to discuss the results and to gain a little more clarity on that the future treatments look like.

Please pray my counts go up so high and also that the ultrasound shows the cancer shrinking, if not gone! God can do more than we would even think or imagine, so I am having faith that some would note as foolish...

We will stay in Houston until my chemo treatment is given! Please pray it happens quickly...it is so crazy to feel fine, yet your blood work looks terrible. God is so good to me. I take all of this as a sign of the chemo working wonderfully, killing all cancer cells in my body. I told Josh last night that even though my hair continues to fall out, I gain some sort of satisfaction from it...cells are continuing to be killed. Of course, struggling with it, but God has given me an incredible perspective.

Love you all and thank you for praying for high ANC counts and great results on Thursday...

Monday, November 28, 2011


God is faithful and He works everything together for the good of those who love Him- that's me!

Josh and I are trusting God throughout this rough weekend, because He knows what I need and just when I need it. Yesterday, they were able to get in touch with a doctor and they ordered the chemo- I was overjoyed! All they were waiting on was my blood work. We were fully assuming that they would rise like last week. Well, the blood work came back and my ANC was .32. Of course, I was disappointed and could not receive chemo again yesterday. We ate lunch, went to whole foods, and took a nap in time to wake up for church.

It has been a whirlwind of emotions from hopefulness to disappointment again and again. The Lord never changes. I can depend on Him and His unfailing love when I can't depend on anything else. I have no idea how people go through cancer without a relationship with the One who holds their life in His hands.

We went to an amazing church service last night and God spoke to the both of us in very specific mighty ways. The church embraced us and once again the body of Christ was shown in a powerful way. The pastor spoke on miracles...I obviously am praying for a miracle and believe that one will take place in my body. However, I do not want to seek the promise-giver or miracle-maker for the miracle or the promise. I obviously am believing and claiming that, but that is not the reason I seek God. I praise and seek Him because He is worthy of it- just because of who is is- His very character. I am seeking Him for Him...not just for His miracle working power. This was reiterated in the message we heard last night.

We stayed in a hotel for the first 2 nights here and of course thought we would only be here one night. Last night, we moved from our hotel to a special friend's friend's house (Mr. Clint and Ms. Rose Ann). They have an apartment attached to her house and it has been such a blessing to have those opening up their home to ours. Last week we stayed at one of my mom's friend's house from college (Ms. Tammy)....people have been so generous to us..we are so grateful.

We are sitting in the lobby at MDA waiting to see what the doctor wants us to do. We are assuming blood work again, hopefully followed by chemo if my white cell count raises. Please pray with us that they raise, if it is God's will.

I have been challenged this weekend to be thankful in all circumstances. This is a command by God and I will obey.

"Always be joyful. Never stop praying. Be thankful In all circumstances, for this is God's will for you who belong to Christ Jesus."
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

I am thankful and praising God for this setback. I am not sure why, but I will be thankful and praise Him for everything. Thank you for joining us again in prayer!

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Frustrating day

Hey guys,

We made it to Houston last night after flying in from Tennessee for Thanksgiving. I had my blood work this morning and I was then supposed to have my chemo at 10. It was nearing noon, and they still had or received the results of my blood work. They finally got in and my ANC was .29. Ugh!!! Remember last week it was .86 and it was too low? Well, this week even lower.

The nurse could not get in touch with Dr. Morrow to see what she wanted to do. We are in the main building this week since our normal one is closed for the holidays. Apparently weekends and especially holiday weekends are crazy over here. They still have not talked to Dr. Morrow and they must talk to her before they order chemo. They were able to administer the neupogin shot, but cannot do anything else without Dr. Morrow's approval.

We were planning on heading home to West Monroe today, but now we will just wait here until they hear from Dr. Morrow. They will definitely hear from her on Monday, but we are praying that she calls them back sooner and I can get chemo tomorrow.

I just cried and cried when the nurse told me we couldn't schedule chemo for today or tomorrow. Even a day or a few days, or a week to be off schedule seems like an eternity. The nurse told me I need to rest my body, so we are resting today and tying to enjoy some time together. Please pray that Dr. Morrow calls back soon. We will keep you updated.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Silpada Jewelry Event to SUPPORT Aly

Like myself, we are all searching for many ways to SUPPORT and BLESS Aly through this journey of her life. I would love to invite you to another event being held so that you can help make this possible! I, with the help of my dear friend Brandae Miller/Silpada Representative, am holding an ONLINE jewelry catalog order. Brandae has been blessed beyond words can say with her growing business and has been waiting for the opportunity to bless someone in return. She will be donating 100% of her profit to Aly and Josh.

If you are not familiar with Silipada Jewelry, it is handcrafted with the finest Sterling Silver and manufactured to stand the test of time with a LIFETIME GUARENTEE! To order and browse the catalog, type in www.mysilpada.com/brandae.miller as appears, making sure that you include the forward slash and period between brandae and miller or it WILL NOT pull up Brandae's home page. PLEASE make sure that at checkout, you CHOOSE ALY TAYLOR as HOSTESS so all purchases will go towards Aly's Event!! This event was initially going to be held through the entire month of November, but Will be extended until DECEMBER 4. Note, we will need to close on the order by that date so all orders will be processed and delivered in plenty of time for Christmas! Like myself, what not a perfect time to do Christmas shopping for those wonderful people on our list, and at the same time, contribute to blessing an AMAZING young woman!!!!!!!

If you have ANY questions or would like help placing the order, please contact Lee Ann Shows at 318-376-0674 or Brandae Miller (Silpada Representative) at 601-807-9343. Please get your orders in soon! Blessings to all and Happy Shopping!!!!!!!!

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Almost devastation turned victory!

Hey all! We are home from Houston...yay!!! Whew, I have so much to write. First of all, thank you so much for your prayers Thursday..they were so vital to me and God answered them. You all are amazing.

Thursday, I had my port pre-op appointments with some of the nicest ladies yet. Then, I went to get my bloodowork and had the sweetest nurse who confided in me that she was pregnant and hadnt told many people yet..so,so sweet. It is crazy how close you can feel to people that are working hard to not hurt you and just want to take it all away. She was precious.

After my bloodowork, we grabbed lunch and shopped a little and headed to an outlet mall about 30 minutes away. On the way there, we tried calling some of my nurses to see if they could tell us how the bloodowork came back. It took forever to get to someone who could actually tell us something. We finally talked to Joy in the infusion therapy department and she was able to compare my blood work from last week to this week. The part they are concerned with is my ANC count (similar to white blood cells). It is supposed to be at 1 or higher. Anything lower than that puts you at an increased risk for infection and doctors typically do not feel comfortable administering chemo below 1. Last week, my ANC was .95 and this week it dropped again to .86. Joy was nervous they were not going to be able to give me chemo, so she contacted my doctor. We were at the mall for 10 minutes when we received a call from Joy to say that they wanted to give me a shot that night to try and boost my ANC level. So, we headed back to MD Anderson! We laughed that we had driven all that way to turn around again! Thankfully, I have an amazing husband and mom that were more excited for me to get the shot than to stay and shop and get a break from the hospital.

Soooo, we headed back! Traffic was crazy and we moved about 10 miles in an hour, but we made it:) I got the neupogin shot and it went well. It burned pretty badly as it went in, but other than that, it went well. Esmie, my nurse, said that it could cause some bone pain, but so far, so good!

Joy informed us at the time of my shot that we had to wait 24 hours to get chemo for the shot to be in my system, so, at that point my chemo changed from this Friday morning to Friday night. We planned on leaving this Friday afternoon, but then we learned my chemo changed, so we thought we would have to stay the night, but no, God is bigger!!!

I had my surgery this Friday morning and it went well. It took about an hour and I am really sore, but it went well. I said some pretty funny things and did some crazy things...that provided some entertainment:) My collar bone and neck just hurt badly! It hurts to talk! It should go away, but this catheter is in my jugular and is just very uncomfortable. It will get better as I get used to it though.

Now comes the good news!!! They took my blood through my port during surgery and remember my ANC was at .86 Thursday? Well, Friday it was at 8.11!!!! Yes, crazy high!!!! All it had to be at was 1 and it ws 8! We were thrilled and so thankful. It is amazing how the Lord orders our steps.

Because of this, we could have chemo whenever and didn't have to wait until Friday tonight. So, we had chemo around 12! Talk about change of plans..God's plans are so much better than our own. Because he knows the future and just because of who He is, He goes before us and knows what's best. He knows the end of my story ends in victory. He just wants me to trust Him, and I will trust him- no matter what.

I am standing on His promises! It has really hit me in the last few days just how long this process will be. I am such an organized person that wants to check off dates and move along, and that will happen, but it will take a while. I will wait patiently for the Lord. Praying this moves along quickly, but I will wait as long as He has me wait.

"Rest in the Lord asnd wait patiently for Him." Psalm 37:7 "But those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up on wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint?" Isaiah 40:32

He will save me. I will live and declare the works of the Lord!!!

"I will not die. Instead, I will live to tell what the Lord has done!" Psalm 118:17

 On the way to Houston on Thursday morning.

 Shot on Thursday night.
 Ready of my port surgery Friday morning.

This creeped us out a little when they put this on her foot. Josh asked why and they said to identify me during surgery so that they do not have to interrupt the "sterile" zone near the actual surgery site.

Still a little odd.
Round 4 in the books. Again, for whoever blessed us with the iPad2, please look on my lap and you will see just one more time we have used the iPad. It has been a blessing.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Port surgery

Aly just went back to get her port put in. We were with the doctor and they asked if she wanted complete sedation or just enough for her to not actually be in pain and of course in classic fashion Aly says just give me the lesser one because we have some stuff to do today when this is over. I literally am in awe of her ongoing strength because let me tell you that I ask for the gas at the dentist office to get my teeth cleaned. Needless to say they would have to knock me out just to make me stay still, this woman is crazy strong.

The lady asked her what is your pain tolerance and said on a scale of one to ten when would you be uncomfortable and to that Aly said 8. The lady looked at me expecting me to say something different and the only thing I had to say different was I don't think she feels pain.

Today's Proverb is golden, especially Verse 22: the man who finds a wife finds a treasure, and he receives favor from the LORD.

I now know why Nic Cage called for advice on treasure hunting when they were shooting National Treasure. Anyone could look and see I have quite a jewel....that is my sad, bad attempt for the day.

We will post later on when we a actually getting round 4 of chemo and how the surgery this morning went, as of now she should be out of surgery in 15:05seconds.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Prayer request

Hey guys, just wanted to send a quick prayer request. I am getting my blood taken today and I need my white blood cell count to be high enough to be able to get chemo tomorrow. I am believing that it will be, but since it was low last time and they had to get permission from Dr. Morrow to administer the Taxol, I am concerned, so please pray! Also, they said my potassium was high, so please pray that lowers as well.

Almost done with all my pre-op stuff and then to get my blood taken, which is why I am having you pray..then surgery and chemo tomorrow. Love you all!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Port Install- New Support-

Well this week we will leave from the Monroe airport at 8am and be in Houston at 9am and have a short drive to the airport for Aly's pre-op visit. We cannot say thanks enough for the help that is being given to us  tomorrow. Needless to say for us to only travel for 1 hr and be in Houston instead of 6 hours is a huge blessing. Thank you.

Aly will have her port installed Friday morning. This will be a minor surgery but still a surgery that involves anesthesia. Aly will then have her 4th round of chemo following the surgery. We ask for your prayer that these go well.

Last night our dog, Bella was acting really frustrated and we finally found out why. She had an idea and we weren't listening, after listening to her we did as she said and we now have new support for Aly's fight.....

Yes, that is the cancer ribbon cut into our dogs hair. She is excited to support. Please don't report us to PETA.

Today Aly went to get a little haircut from Stephanie Noland at Salon 7.

Aly looks as beautiful as ever. Once again I was able to see my wife go through something that by all accounts should be quite traumatic with shocking style. Yes this haircut looks amazing but as Stephanie washed and then brushed Aly's hair it was as though all the hair was just falling out.

Sunday, November 13, 2011


As the chemo begins to show it's physical signs in my wife I continue to have the opportunity to see God move in ways that are unreal. Many of the moments that are the most moving are very quiet, personal moments that allow me as a husband to have the opportunity to admire my wife and God working through her.

When we started chemo and came to understand some of what the side effects could be I came to value some things that I may have taken for granted. My wife has the most beautiful hair in the world and for the last 3 weeks when I could, I have helped dry it for her. This seems even odd to write but let me say for me to be able to serve her was also an opportunity to be with her. Well over the last few days the chemo has shown up and those beautiful blonde hairs are beginning to be lost. As I was drying her hair i just stopped and hugged her and told her I was sorry this was happening to her.

This is one of the moments I will never forget, Aly looks at me and says, "thats just the cancer falling out".

Richard Richardson spoke this morning about Standing at edge of Canaan. There is no doubt that Aly would give a report that the land is great and is truly ours ready for the taking. Lord help me to truly be the Joshua she needs in this fight as a husband because in these moments where you are watching your wife go through things you wouldn't wish on your enemy, much less your wife, it is very hard to not get caught up in the little things.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Treatment 3 done!!

We are almost home from Houston and have had a great couple of days. My mom, Rachel and Lee, and Darren and Candace came to Houston with us and it has been so great to have them here.

Josh and I came here on Thursday in time to visit with Ms. Vanessia, Misty, and Cassie. We had a great time with them and as of Friday, Ms. Vanessia is officially in remission!!! Praise God! I can't wait till I will be able to join her, but I can't tell you how thankful and excited we are for the West's. They are so special to us and to have this great news makes us so so happy.

I had my bloodwork and chemo yesterday and all went well. We had to wait for forver to get my chemo and were wondering why, because that had never happened before. Well, my white blood count had dropped so they were awaiting approval from my doctor to make sure that I could get my 3rd treatment. She said yes and we got started! No problems after that. I just am supposed to stay away from sick people:)

I felt great after chemo and am still feeling great. We had a great time eating and at the mall last night and did some shopping as well today. It is so good to spend time with family, and it doesn't hurt to have family that you are really good friends with. That is what we have. We are so blessed.

The next things that are coming up is my port installation and a possible BART test. Hopefully we will be able to get the port in soon so I will stop having to get poked! It is crazy the amount of nurses that cannot find my veins...I have gotten used to it now and it hurts less because I know what to expect. Nevertheless, we are ready for that port. It should be installed either before or on December 1st. It will be a surgical procedure, but should be fairly short.

The BART test is another genetic test that apparently catches the things that the BRCA test does not catch. I am supposed to meet with a genetic counselor soon to talk about scheduling the blood test. Please please be praying that test comes back negative as well, as it would have many of the implications that the BRCA would have had, had it been positive.

God is so good to us. I was able to go back to work this week a little bit and besides a few little things, I have been feeling great.

Josh and I at some point hope to tell all the stories of how generous people have been to us. One story that is on my mind in particular has to do with my hair. Here in the next few weeks, I will start really losing my hair and of course was anxious of how to handle all of this. Do I wear scarves, hats, wigs??! I mean, who would have ever thought I would be contemplating all of this! Anyways, I looked at wigs and of course the good-looking ones were fairly expensive and we didn't know what we would quite do. Well, to make a long story short, my friend and hairdresser, Stephanie Noland, showed up at the Taylor's with a card that contained enough money for us to get a great wig. Several people from our church contributed to this and we were just overwhelmed at this gift.

The Lord has impressed upon us such a strong desire to help others like we have been helped. We want to be half as good to others as you have been to us. Thank you for being the example to us that we strive to be like. Christ has been shown through all of you. Besides feeling God's presence more than ever, we see Him in all of you. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

I will be rocking my wig soon:) Thank you to all who contributed-you are amazing and we love you!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Buy a T-Shirt to support Aly

This is a guest post by Lee Taylor

I, like all of you, love Aly and Josh so much and feel blessed that they are part of my family. I want to begin by apologizing about any confusion with the t-shirts because I did not get Josh all of the information.
A group of us have had a shirt designed that we hope will show support for Aly and help get more people praying for her situation (I also believe it will be an amazing testimony as they see how she handles this process).

T-shirts will cost $20, with all proceeds above cost, going to help Josh and Aly cover the increased expenses that come along with a situation like this.

There are always so many questions about shirts, so I hope the following information will answer most of your questions. If you have any further questions about sizes or orders, please email the t-shirt team at alysfight@gmail.com . We are all volunteers who have jobs, so please give us 24 to 48 hours to respond.

Ordering Process
Please follow the link below to download and print a t-shirt order form. These forms, along with payment, can be dropped off at a designated location or mailed to the address below. (Those wishing to pay with PayPal or credit card, which is the easiest option, please refer to the directions at the bottom of the page.) Checks need to be made out to Lee Taylor.

Locations to turn in order forms
Claiborne Christian School
Family Church
Salon 7 on Hudson Ave. Monroe, LA

Orders can also be mailed to:
Aly’s Fight
435 Kendall Ridge Ct.
West Monroe, LA 71292

The t-shirts are fitted and may fit smaller than a normal athletic t-shirt. It is also important to note that girls and guys shirts fit differently. The shirt printers advised anyone questioning about the right size shirt, to go up a size more than they normally would wear.

The first order will be made on Friday, November 18th, so get your order in as soon as possible.
PayPal and Credit Card instructions

1. If you wish to pay with PayPal or a credit card, please follow the link and enter the donation amount which covers the cost of your shirts. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=S6ETLSY73DS7Y

2. The second step is to email/forward a copy of your Paypal receipt along
with the shirt sizes desired to alysfight@gmail.com , and we will get you a
confirmation for your order.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Pictures from Round 2

Here are a few pictures from Round 2 last week...

Aly showing off her haircut...

Here is Aly getting her IV put in for the MRI and the chemo.

Here is Aly getting round 2 of chemo.

 We will head to Houston tomorrow around lunch and get to Houston around 6pm. We are excited to get to spend some time with Martin and Vanessia West, Kirk and Misty Frantom and Matt and Cassie Remington.

We are praying that Mrs. Vanessia gets a great report Thursday and Friday.

Friday, November 4, 2011

More good news!!!

We are on our way back home! Yay!!!! It has been a great couple of days, but we are tired. God has been faithful in giving us rest and great results this week.

Yesterday, as I was having the MRI on my abdomen, Josh received a call from Dr. Babiera saying that my MRI on my right breast came back clear!! Praise God! In case you don't know or don't remember, they saw some calcifications on my right breast on my mammogram and wanted further testing. Even though I trusted God on all of this, I was concerned when they were concerned, and to know that came back clear brings me HUGE relief.

The abdomen MRI yesterday was interesting. I had to do several breathing exercises during the test by holding my breath for certain periods of time on and off. It was intense and not the most relaxing of tests; however, thus far I have really enjoyed my cat scans, bone scans, MRIs, xrays, mammograms, ultrasounds, etc... I spend the majority of the time praying, singing in my head, and claiming scripture. These are also times when it is quiet and doubts fill my mind and I get to put into practice taking my thoughts captive. Yesterday, while in my MRI those doubts started filling my mind and this is the scripture I kept claiming over and over.---

 "Lord, when doubts fill my mind, when my heart is in turmoil, quiet me and give me renewed hope and cheer." Psalm 94:19

And taking every thought captive-- " We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets up itself against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ."  2 Corinthians 10:5. God has truly used this time for me to trust in Him and His word.

Here's the thing though- had these tests not been good, I would still be trusting in the Lord. I am so thankful for these test results, but it is not human wisdom or tests in which I trust. It is God. For all you "Family-churchers":)- if you read your proverb yesterday, it told us to not be impressed with our own wisdom or wisdom of others.---

"Don't be impressed with your own wisdom. Instead, fear the Lord and turn away from evil. Then you will have healing for your body and strength for your bones." Proverbs 3:7-8

I've told God many times to use whatever He may to bring me and my family closer to Him. Sometimes, that means hardships, and I've questioned telling Him to do whatever it takes:) But, regardless of what happens, I choose to praise Him and trust Him. Ok, now I'm rambling!

We visited family here (Ms. Lynne and Mr. George- Ms. Nancy's mom) and stayed with them last night. We had a great time, ate good, and we were so thankful they let us crash their house.

I had the second round of chemo this morning and it went wonderfully. We had a new nurse this time, Grace, who was great and I still feel nothing:) We were back there 4 hours!! It takes about 2 hours once the medicine actually begins being infused.

I am so excited!!! We went to whole foods today, because I have completely changed my diet over the last 2 1/2 weeks to eating extremely healthy and eating recommended "cancer-fighting foods." It was amazing. We stocked up on some stuff that I am excited to try and eat... I am SUCH a foodie with a HUGE sweet tooth, and yes it deserves all caps:) So, needless to say, this has been a struggle for me, but I am in for the ride. It was exciting to find some foods I can eat:) We bought all this food with gift cards we received from so many wonderful friends- I can only try to repay all of you--thank you so so so much.

While we were there, we got a call from my sweet nurse, Aimee, to tell us that my abdomen MRI came back clear. Once again, praise God! I told you I knew the good news would keep on coming!!! They will do another MRI on the abdomen in 6 months to re-check, but everything looked good.

2 treatments down and 14 to go!!! Woohoo!!! Love you all...thank you for your specific prayers yesterday.

Oh, and here is a pic of me and Josh eating after chemo today with my wonderful mom:) I cut off some of my hair to get ready for the hair loss...I typically am a picture-picky person, but for the sake of my journey and for all of you, I've lost all inhibitions...not the best pic (4 hours in a hospital bed!), but just wanted to share one of me and my man today!

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Prayer requests

Hey guys! So, we are on the road again:) I know Josh updated you all about the negative BRCA test...to say I was the most excited and thankful person on the face of the earth is a complete understatement. Not only were the results given sooner than expected, but the result was negative. I literally jumped up and down for 5 minutes and thanked God over and over and over and over! He is so good to me.

This does not necessarily change the course of treatment, but knowing I do not have that gene means my ovaries do not have to be removed and my chance of cancer reoccurrence is no higher than another breast cancer survivor...I still get chills even when I write it right now. This good news will be followed by more good news- I just know it. So thankful to be trusting the One who holds my future in His hands.

Ok, so now for the point of this post- I have an MRI today on my abdomen because they saw a teeny tiny spot on my liver (only millimeters) that they suspect to just be a cyst, but because it was there, they wanted to have this MRI today. Please pray that the MRI comes back clean. Also please pray my second round of chemo goes well tomorrow. I have had very little side effects thus far. It is amazing to have poison in your body and feel amazing...My God is taking care of His girl.

I will update more tomorrow and tell some awesome stories, but just wanted to send specific prayer requests today. Love you all and thank you for being trusted prayer warriors.

"I will exalt you, Lord, for you rescued me. You refused to let my enemies triumph over me. O Lord my God, I cried to you for help, and you restored my health. You brought me up from the grave, O Lord. You kept me from falling into the pit of death." Psalm 30:1-3

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

BRCA Genetic test NEGATIVE!!!!!

We just received a call letting us know that the genetics test (BRCA) which determines if Aly is at higher risk than normal to get cancer came back negative. This is a great piece of news that has made our day.

Had this test come back positive then it would have made the bi-lateral mastectomy a must and then also would mean that the ovaries would also have to be removed. Then thinking further down the line it means less worry for our children.

The prayers are without a doubt being heard because every doctor that looked at Aly's family history has all but guaranteed that she would come back positive for the genetic mutation.

By no means the only positive we have experienced but to date one of our biggest victories in the fight we will win against cancer.

We love you guys and thank you, remember if you want to receive updates when we update the blog just enter your email to the right.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Round 2. Aly's Fight T-Shirt

Well round one of chemo is almost over and we are prepping for round 2. Aly had a rough spot yesterday but is feeling much better today. We will leave for Houston and round 2 on Thursday. Aly has an MRI on Thursday and then will receive chemo Friday morning.

There have been a ton of questions about the T-Shirt that has been on Facebook so Lee Taylor, Stephanie Noland, Krista Richardson and some other friends asked me to let you guys know that we are having a shirt designed that will be available to order next week. the shirt on Facebook was one that was online and was put on Facebook by a great CCS student who wanted to help, thank you so much Triston.

Well from that, this idea was born and there will be a completely custom T-Shirt design just for Aly's Fight.

Thanks again for all the support and remember if you would like to know when we update the blog just subscribe by entering your email to the right of this blog and each time we update the blog you will be notified.