“My hope is to keep you alive for one to two years.”
When Gina was first diagnosed, we met with the leading oncologist specializing in colon cancer in the Midwest. He was thoughtful, kind, and brutally honest. Tomorrow, Gina will cross that two-year mark.
I recognize that it’s an arbitrary line, based far more on statistics than who Gina really is, but it still feels momentous. I’m so proud of everything she’s put up with to still be here for us.
And I’m deeply grateful for those of you who have surrounded us with love, hope, positivity, and so many stars over the past two years.
Please keep them coming.
Thank you. Thank you.
(Photo taken the weekend before Gina’s diagnosis...and everything else 😷.)