Thursday, March 5, 2009


This is very overwhelming at the moment and very difficult to put into words. We are very excited, scared, happy, worried....but overall, very happy. It is difficult to just turn off all the worry and anxiety - but I know that eventually it will go away.

So, celebrate with me tonight in whatever way you can!

P.S. There will be a party to celebrate - I'll let you know!




Anonymous said...

I said it on facebook and I will say it again here - I am beyond thrilled for you Jeff. *tears* I literally exhaled a collective sigh of relief when I read your news. I am solo parenting tonight while Paul plays golf in Palm Springs but I plan to pop the cork on a bottle of Prosecco tonight and celebrate your healthy report. Way to go! And put on that shirt I gave you man!!! YOU MADE CANCER YOUR BITCH!!!! Much love to you, Diletta and Isabella

Don Patten said...

Glad to here it Jeff. You did all the suffering, healing, research, due diligence in ensuring proper diagnosis etc.. You should be commended for your hard work at fighting this. Kudos to Diletta, Bella and the rest of your family for helping you overcome this bump in the road. Cancer be gone.. beotch.......

Anonymous said...

Congrats! I have been reading your blog all of these months, and even as a stranger, have often thought and prayed for you and your family. Wishing you all of the best!

Anonymous said...

Pouring a beer for you from Australia to wash all the old away. Cheers to the life ahead as it is now time to celebrate the future.


KJR said...

Jeff, Holy Moly! The best news ever! It is the news you wanted, but when you heard it I am sure it was almost unreal. You have lived this nightmare, totally engrossed in cancer and life and death and fear and anxiety and pain and worry and etc etc etc etc. And now that worry is gone, sort of.

I love time. Time heals. Time helps. time is our friend. (well most of the time anyway. hahaha)

Breathe. Thank God. Live again. Look to the future. See Isabella at 16 and know you are going to be there to give her the keys to the car for the first time.

More children. A life! How wonderful!

Breath. Thank God!

Love Kym

Fernando said...

YES GUY!!!!!

Renee said...

That is fantastic Jeff. Nothing could be better. Your little girl deserves to have her Dad around for a very long time.