Cathy took nine chemotherapy treatments, and they were very successful in shrinking her tumors. On June 23 she had a successful surgery preformed by Dr. Joan Walker at OUHSC to remove them. She was in the hospital for a week. In mid-July she started nine more chemotherapy treatments and completed them September 23. Her last CT scan on August 31 revealed that she is cancer free! She is an amazing women, going from stage 4 ovarian cancer to cancer free! We thank everyone for their prayers and support! We know that faith, prayer and great medicine has mad the difference! Cathy will now have a CT scan every three months for the next two years. Cathy returned to work October 3rd and is doing great! We are so thankful for everything God has given us and always appreciate the prayers for our family, and Cathy's good health.
Thunder playoff game
Exercising after surgery.
Last chemotherapy treatment!
With all that was going on with Cathy, we still had a busy summer. Emma is doing competitive cheerleading with Cheer's All-Stars. She also was a part of Discover Tennis' summer program and played in her first USTA tournament. She is continuing with violin lessons and doing very well. Our pool season went well thanks to the awesome people we have working with us. It was tough on me to take care of my family and run the business, but our good folks really stepped up and did an outstanding job!
Jill & Brian Hobson
Dinner in the North End
Mom and I came from Germany to the U.S.
50 years ago in August. We had a family celebration.
First day of 4th grade!
Working on a stunt at Cheers.
Game day in Stillwater.
With Cathy's blessing, Emma and I made several trips, traveling to South Padre Island for a cheer competition, and then to New England to visit our friends, The Hobsons and take in a Red Sox game. We spent a lot of time with family and friends and overall it was a good summer.
Fenway park in Boston
Cathy's first day back at work.
Celebrating our 10th anniversary.