Jorden had a nice weekend. On Sunday he, Princeton and many other pediatric cancer survivors were at Bloomingdales picking out their outfits for their Runway for Hope walk on May 21st. This will be Jorden’s first year participating in this great event.
On March 14th we drove to Viera where we took part in the annual St. Baldrick Event, another pediatric cancer fundraiser. Jorden, Princeton and other kids helped shave Dr. Sutphin’s head. The goal of course was to raise money to support research and new treatment options for kids with cancer.

Jorden is looking forward to enjoying these last two months at school with his friends, and gradventure night at Universal on May 20th.
Unfortunately he has not been in school this week. His stomach has been bothering him, and we are trying our best to decompress at home to avoid a hospital visit. His stomach hurts. His back hurts today. But he is not in that excruciating pain that requires the hospital stay. We are hopeful we can manage this.

As uncomfortable as this all is, knowing that he remains in remission and cancer free is amazing. This May 31st will be the four year anniversary of his big surgery. We thank God each day for his life and overall great health.