How Susan’s Doing

06.27.2007 | 10:57 am

I’ve been trying to keep this blog as non-mopey as possible lately, figuring that acting normal is a reasonable way to start feeling normal. Lots of you continue to send cards, email and comments, though, so I figure it’s time for an update on how things are going for Susan.

Susan’s on a three weeks on, one week off rotation for her chemo, which means that last Tuesday she didn’t have chemo. The chemo, in addition to making her tired, tends to give Susan an upset stomach, so this week off has meant that food is interesting to Susan for the first time in about a month.

Of course, yesterday was a chemo day again, so I’m guessing food is going to once again become a chore for her.

Getting Around
What sent Susan into the doctor in the first place a couple months ago was that her hip was hurting badly. And of course it turned out there was a tumor there, big enough that it was in danger of fracturing her hip. Since then, it’s become increasingly painful for Susan to get around.

Until recently.

We’ve both noticed lately that Susan’s getting around a little more easily. Her limp doesn’t slow her down as much, she lifts things without as much pain, and she gets up and down stairs more quickly. We’re both incredibly encouraged by this, and choose to think this means that the chemo’s doing its job. Susan told her doctor she’s getting around better, and the Doctor agreed it’s a good sign.

What is Susan doing right this second? She’s taking the girls to their swimming lessons.

One of the things chemo does is kill hair follicles — moreso for some people than others. Susan’s hair started going pretty fast about a week ago. Rather, though, than let it get increasingly patchy (and have the nuisance of having hair all over her clothes constantly), Susan had me shave it all off with the electric razor.

I volunteered to take the razor to her head afterward, reasoning that I am getting pretty good at this now. Susan declined.

The boys took all this in stride — they’ve seen Mom without hair before. The twin girls — each of which firmly believes she is a Disney princess — freaked out when they first saw her. That lasted about fifteen minutes, though, and now they like to kiss mom on the head, just like they do for me.

Susan has a wig from when she went through chemo the first time a few years ago, and I’ve told her we could get her as high-end of a new wig as she likes, but — at least for now — Susan’s not wearing a wig at all, instead going with bandanas (we bought about a dozen at For one thing, it’s hot outside and the thought of a wig is just awful. More importantly, wearing a wig feels like you’re trying to hide something you’re ashamed of, and Susan has nothing at all to be ashamed of.

I’ve never liked long hair. Susan looks great now.

Circle this Date and Pray Like Crazy
So here’s where things stand right now. On July 20, Susan will be getting a CT scan. A week later, the doctor will tell us whether the cancer is shrinking, staying the same, or growing. If you’re the praying sort, we’d appreciate your prayers that the chemo will do its job and the tumors — especially the ones in her lungs – will shrink. If you’re the meditative sort, we’ll be grateful for any positive thoughts/energy/karma you can send our way.

And again, thanks very much for your kind thoughts, comments, email, cards, and other messages. They mean a lot to Susan and me.

PS: I talked to the Twin Six guys yesterday, asking if they’ve heard anything about when the special pink edition of the jerseys will be arriving. They told me that the manufacturer sent them Monday, so they’ll be arriving at Twin Six later this week, and then shipping out. T-shirts have already arrived and are starting to ship out, and socks will be arriving any day now. As soon as I get my order, you can be sure I’ll be posting pictures. Big thanks to everyone who’s ordered anything at all.


  1. Comment by bikemike | 06.27.2007 | 11:06 am

    the chick in the first star trek movie was bald and very hot, just so you know.

    prayers are prayed, fingers are crossed, belly-button lent is cleaned, you’re good to go Susan!

  2. Comment by Bent022 | 06.27.2007 | 11:32 am

    Thank you the update. Some of the gals on my commuter bus work at the local cancer center and they have asked me for updates on Susan. Expect a lot of good thoughts, karma, and prayers from some fabulous gals.

  3. Comment by sans auto | 06.27.2007 | 11:42 am

    All my wife asked for for her birthday was a pink jersey to support Susan… She will get one. We’ve been praying for Susan and your family daily for quite some time now. We will continue to do so. If you need any help with anything, let me know. My wife is out of town, and I have LOTS of free time now.

  4. Comment by TG | 06.27.2007 | 11:50 am

    FC, Thanks for the update. I was wondering, but didn’t want to ask. I figured no news is good news at this point. I’m sending prayers and healing thoughts Susan’s way. On July 20th, we all should wear their pink FC jerseys and socks in support of Susan. That’ll some extra good karma her way!!!

  5. Comment by Al Maviva | 06.27.2007 | 11:58 am

    Awesome, good news so far. Keep after it.

    Meanwhile, I’m inspired to shave my head in solidarity.

    Okay, fine, that’s a lie. But I am going to shave my back in solidarity. Susan may not appreciate that, but my wife (and my dry cleaner and the people at the local pool) damn sure will. I just don’t know how I can swing it… maybe I’ll hit up Colorado Cyclist and Ochsner and see if Park makes a Park Straight Razor Holder that fits onto a Park PR3 Repair Stand. I’ll just lock that puppy in there, lather up, back on up to the stand, and do some deep knee bends.

    I figure that will either get the hair off, or make some nice tasty Alsteaks for the cats to munch on. It’s not a big deal because past experience teaches that blood – at least my own – washes off of the Park stand pretty easily.

  6. Comment by Bob | 06.27.2007 | 12:01 pm

    That’s good news about Susan moving around better. I’m routing my prayers through a divine being, and I’m also sending vibes. I don’t know how well vibes travel between Washington and Utah, but they can’t hurt now, can they?

  7. Comment by Mike Roadie | 06.27.2007 | 12:10 pm

    You may think it sounds mopey FC, but we’re all here everyday waiting for what you have to say, and for many of us, that includes Susan updates. I have a LOT of Susan’s in my world…and it is amazing and encouraging how much better things are getting for all of them (us) these days. That’s why I always sign off with my website address, because raising money for cancer research is SOOOOO important—plentysix important, if you must know.

    We all wish you guys all the best and we’ll ride and wait for the news on the 20th!! In the meantime, I’ll keep doing all those charity road rides and raise money to help whoever I can……and advertise about it too:

    Together, we CAN and will all make a difference. Bald is beautiful and much cooler in the summer!!!! I’m not sayin’…….I’m just sayin’

  8. Comment by Mike Roadie | 06.27.2007 | 12:11 pm

    Also, I;m in for a pink jersey when I get back into town from vacation!!!! Yeah!!!!

  9. Comment by Clydesteve | 06.27.2007 | 12:37 pm

    Susan, you, and your family are in my prayers, FC. Not mopey, occaisionally dopey – works for me.


  10. Comment by Bitter (formerly known as Lissee) | 06.27.2007 | 12:50 pm

    Fatty, glad to hear that Susan’s chemo is going well so far, and that things are hopefull!

    Al Maviva, you crack me up!

  11. Comment by lowrydr | 06.27.2007 | 1:05 pm

    What a great update on Susan, and hope and pray it keeps going up hill. Great loads of Good Karma shooting your way from the Midwest.

  12. Comment by BotchedExperiment | 06.27.2007 | 1:09 pm

    If you want to send a card to Susan you can send it to:

    Susan Nelson
    c/o D.R.
    PO Box 1104
    American Fork, Utah, 84003

    P.S. Susan told me she really wants you to send cash with the card, but she doesn’t want you to mention in the card that you sent cash. I (er, Susan, I mean) is particularly fond of the new US $100 bills.

  13. Comment by poweredbywaffles | 06.27.2007 | 1:24 pm

    I shall beseech the almighty on thy behalf. i dont care if i get struck by lightning when he hears my voice again, im sure he’s forgotten most of that stuff by now.

    btw im w/ bikemike, theres some bald chicks out there that are smokin’ hot. sinead o’connor? demi moore? the thunderclouds are gathering id better stop.

  14. Comment by Donut | 06.27.2007 | 1:29 pm

    Mike Roadie,

    Thanks for your efforts in raising money for LAF. I rode the Denver Livestrong Challenge last year and raised a fair amount of money for the cause that turned around to help my father get through stomach cancer earlier this year. Sadly LAF is not coming back to Denver this year, but I will be making my donation none the less for all those that need the support of LAF. I hope Susan has been able to make great use of LAF to get good, reliable information to fight her cancer. The love, prayers and support of the FC community is unbelievalby awesome and encouraging to see!

    I am glad Susan is moving around better. She must feel like I did last week when, after 25 miles of rolling hills, I discovered the rubbing brake pad holding be back. What a relief the following miles to the finish line!

  15. Comment by KeepYerBag | 06.27.2007 | 1:30 pm

    Consider it done. Glad to hear the news is encouraging.

  16. Comment by Stephanie | 06.27.2007 | 1:39 pm

    the prayers will keep on coming. I’m totally game for wearing my pink jersey on the 20th as well :)

  17. Comment by Al Maviva's | 06.27.2007 | 2:16 pm


  18. Comment by .. Back Hair | 06.27.2007 | 2:18 pm


  19. Comment by barry1021 | 06.27.2007 | 2:27 pm

    Pink on the 20th sounds like a great idea. Count my wife and I in on that. Sorry FC you are now the second coolest baldy in the family.


  20. Comment by Mike Roadie | 06.27.2007 | 2:29 pm

    Thanks Donut and Keepyerbag—thanks for the support.

    I definitely think all the FCers should wear pink on the 20th for Susan…..let’s do it!!

  21. Comment by Mom | 06.27.2007 | 2:30 pm

    TERRIFIC ! We love you all.

  22. Comment by Mom | 06.27.2007 | 2:30 pm

    TERRIFIC ! We love you all.

  23. Comment by Big Mike In Oz | 06.27.2007 | 2:37 pm

    Al, how’s B7 going? Maybe shaving every inch of your body is what you need to do to get over the line. From what I’ve heard there’s a good 7-8 pounds available. And that figure doesn’t include any bonus losses ala fillet-o-mishaps.

  24. Comment by Lins - Aust | 06.27.2007 | 2:37 pm

    Good news! I continue to send deep thoughts your way.

  25. Comment by chtrich | 06.27.2007 | 2:44 pm

    Keep on Keeping on!!!
    Glad to hear you’re feeling better.

  26. Comment by Yukirin Boy | 06.27.2007 | 2:51 pm

    Wonderful to read your positive news. Pink on the 20th sounds a great idea.
    Best wishes

  27. Comment by Adam | 06.27.2007 | 2:52 pm

    I will keep you guys in mind for the 20th. Best wishes!

  28. Comment by Mark W | 06.27.2007 | 2:57 pm

    Thanks for the update fatty. Prayers are on the way (again).

  29. Comment by eclecticdeb | 06.27.2007 | 3:05 pm

    Glad to hear that Mrs. FC is getting around a bit easier. My Mom was diagnosed with mets 1.5 years ago (after just passing her 5 year “cure” date). We go through swings where things are absurdly normal, followed by the awful routine of doctors, chemo, PET scans, etc.

    When my Mom first lost her hair, she wore the wigs. But now, she just struts around with the wispy gray threads — occassionaly covered with a cool scarf or bandana. When she finally decided to stop dealing with the emotional turmoil of seeing clumps come out, she gave me the honor of cutting her remaining hair. It was a very powerful and freeing moment.

    I think about you and your family often and can’t wait for the pink jersey to arrive. I wish I lived closer, so I could actually DO something for you. For now, you’ll have to trust that good thoughts and postive karma is being sent.

  30. Comment by Lisa B | 06.27.2007 | 3:32 pm

    I appreciate the update, and thanks for the snail mail addy, Botched. I’ll stop at the bank, er card store, on the way home.

    It sounds like Susan could use some of your super powers, FC. Tho with all the kiddles kissing her head, it sounds like she has plenty of her own mojo to work with. May it beat the hex out of those tumors.

  31. Comment by Kim B | 06.27.2007 | 3:51 pm

    Bought my jersey yesterday, even though it’s going to clash pretty badly with my orange cross bike I wanted to fly the colors for Susan. All the best, all the luck, and good energy in the world to you.

  32. Comment by Kathy | 06.27.2007 | 3:55 pm

    “I’ve never liked long hair. Susan looks great now.”

    No matter how geeky the glasses, turns out there’s a prince underneath. (If Susan is a Disney princess, was Eldon originally a frog?) Anyway, what I meant to say is thanks for the update.

    Susan, shaving your head just seems so empowering. I can see you in my mind holding a photo of a cancer cell enlarged about a thousand times and saying, “Fight the real enemy,” as you rip the sucker up.

    Keep at it. As Billy Joel would say, “Vienna waits for you.” (OK, so he really meant Italy.)

  33. Comment by Born4Lycra | 06.27.2007 | 4:04 pm

    Thanks for keeping us in the know. I agree with TG no news is often good news and it is great to hear Sue is more comfortable. I’m actually looking forward to Sue’s next article on this site. July 20 it seems is almost officially declared as Team FC Pink Day – Worldwide so I better get my order in don’t want to miss out on being part of that.
    You both are so inspiring especially to the girls in my family in light of our own recent events – Our love is still channeled in your direction. Go Team FC feel the love.

  34. Comment by KT | 06.27.2007 | 4:06 pm

    Bob, I’m going to send good vibes from Oregon; maybe our vibes can catch a vibe-current from the PNW to Utah.

    Susan, I’m glad you’re doing better; and heck yeah for pink FC jerseys on the 20th!!!!!!!!

    Al: disturbing imagery. Thanks for getting that stuck in my head.

  35. Comment by TIMK | 06.27.2007 | 4:10 pm

    Positive vibes.

    A family friend shared photos a couple of years back that amazed me and still inspire me. She had lost her hair due to chemo, and like your wonderful wife, did not bother with wigs – just the occasional head scarf.

    Anyway, she wanted her grandchildren to know what was going through, and most importantly to not be afraid, and to be joyful. So, she sat with her young granddaughters and grandson, (oldest was probably 6), and a box of crayola markers and said “draw on nanna’s head.” The photographs showed how the kids approached timidly at first, but then worked to give Beverly the most beautifully colorful bald head that one could imagine.

    I hope that you know that you are an inspiration – and like Lance Armstrong – we know you for the biking stuff, but it’s really not about the bike. You and Susan are setting a fine example – and you’ve got a nice group of friends here. Funny, clever (except that Al Maviva guy (he’s super clever – verbose, but super clever) and supportive – and they are so partly because of who you are.

    Any chance that we could get you to post a family portrait here – maybe convince the kids to shave the head for it. It will alway grow back, unless of course you are an older male, in which case it will grow back on your back.

  36. Comment by Secret Trainer | 06.27.2007 | 5:05 pm

    Got my next CT scan on the 20th also (although for me it’s a 9 month post chemo check up) – so good luck for both of us !

  37. Comment by Yukirin Boy | 06.27.2007 | 5:10 pm

    Secret Trainer
    I am sure everyone else, like me , also wish you the best for 20th too.

  38. Comment by MAJ Mike | 06.27.2007 | 5:27 pm

    I will THINK pink on the 20th, since the Army frowns on decorating the uniform. Until then, good vibes are on the way. She can have all of the ones I earned from volunteering to hike around with Boy Scouts last weekend. I’m sure that’s a pretty good amount, even if not nearly enough to make up for all the bad stuff I’m still in the hole for.

  39. Comment by TG | 06.27.2007 | 6:07 pm

    Secret Trainer…prayers and good wishes to you, too! I hope your new is good news!

  40. Comment by Errorista | 06.27.2007 | 6:59 pm

    When I met Susan she was a young and beautiful hellion who probably would have shaved her head on a dare………no wig needed……here in brooklyn we talk about you daily, and will send double good thoughts and love your way on the 20th, of course.

  41. Comment by Walter | 06.27.2007 | 7:04 pm

    Thanks for the update — I think it’s incredibly encouraging that Susan’s moving around better. Prayers and good vibes have been coming your way all along, but will be redoubled in the run-up to the 20th (not to mention the interminable period between the test and the results)…

  42. Comment by Born4Lycra | 06.27.2007 | 7:15 pm

    Again I agree with TG all the best Secret Trainer

  43. Comment by Jill | 06.27.2007 | 7:21 pm

    That does sound encouraging. Glad to hear spirits are high.

  44. Comment by Caren | 06.27.2007 | 7:36 pm

    Great to hear the Susan news! While we all come hear for your clever dialogue and cycling diatribes we are now joined in this fight against cancer making our contribution in any way we can! I’m looking forward to July 20th and know that the Pink Lemonade jerseys will emanate MUCH positive energy to Utah and to where ever you are Secret Trainer!

    I am recreational weekend road warrior who gave up her bike a couple of years ago to train for the Breast Cancer 3-Day when my step-sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was my way of making a difference. This is a Komen for the Cure event where participants walk 60 miles over the course of 3 days. You camp out, use port-a-potties, shower in trucks, hear incredible stories, meet inspiring people (like Team FC), get blisters on parts of your feet you didn’t think could blister, did I mention walking 60 miles. I signed up to walk again this year when I heard about Susan.

    So this year’s 3-Day is all about Suan, Pink Lemonade and Team FC! Check it out at …

    I can’t wait to get my new Pink jersey to wear on training rides and walks!

    Al – I’m so glad that I had already eaten! You crack me up but that image was definitely TMI!

    Susan – It’s not about the hair! Bald is Beautiful! and Empowering!!

    Fatty – I’m guessing Susan is still prettier than you!!

  45. Comment by Sophia | 06.27.2007 | 8:05 pm

    Thanks for the update. Just keep thinking positive thoughts. Thinking of your family and sending good karma your way.

    I can’t wait for my pink jersey!

  46. Comment by Joi Gem | 06.27.2007 | 9:11 pm

    Our prayers and good vibes being sent to you from California!

  47. Comment by Logan | 06.27.2007 | 9:34 pm

    Many prayers her way. I’m following the link over right now to buy a jersey for my GF (afraid I’m not fast or cool enough to rock a pink jersey myself!)

  48. Comment by KatieA | 06.27.2007 | 10:54 pm

    Yay for your good news, I’m still sending prayers / good thoughts & vibes in your direction (can you hear me over 10,000 miles of ocean?).

    And since Susan has shaved her head (I agree with Barry that FC is now only the 2nd coolest baldy), do we have to call her Britney? :)

    And Botched – are you actually serious with the address (so I can send something)? And I would send cash, but you know how the Aussie dollar is against the USD… :)

  49. Comment by highwaymunky | 06.27.2007 | 11:22 pm

    Keep your chin up Susan, FC and family. Praying that susan gets better and when you go for the scan there is nothing there. I ask for Gods grace and mercy to be with you all and his healing power be present in your lives.

    Girls with shaved heads are HOT! ;0)

  50. Comment by buckythedonkey | 06.27.2007 | 11:28 pm

    Babe, you are in good company, coiffeur-wise:

    Persis Khambatta (from Star Trek 1st movie and no, sadly I didn’t have to Google it).
    Sinead O’Connor (Nothing compares… era).
    Kylie Minogue (and no, I’m not talking about her arse although it is difficult to ignore).
    Natalie Portman (V for Vendetta).

    We’re loving you, Susan!

  51. Comment by Erlend (Not so fat cyclist anymore) | 06.28.2007 | 1:30 am

    Got the jersey yesterday, on the day I handed over the keys to my mail box to new owner. Thank you for the easiness of swapping the too big jersey, with the new perfectly fitting jersey.

    I am not the praying kind, but good vibes/energy/whatever you want to call it hopefully helps that little bit.

  52. Comment by Mehera | 06.28.2007 | 6:16 am

    I am the praying kind, and I think of you so often Susan! Be surrounded by healing, and strength, courage and faith. We care about you hon, and your wonderful family. I’ll wear my pink jersey proudly on the 20th, even if it’s to the grocery store!

  53. Comment by BotchedExperiment | 06.28.2007 | 6:20 am

    KatieA, yes, the PO Box is real. I set it up a while back so we (Elden, the card senders, and I) could surprise Susan with some cards from Fat Cyclist readers. Elden and Susan said the cards really gave them a boost.

    Because of the way the original Fat Cyclist Post with the address was executed, I thought there might be some of you who would like to send Susan a nice card or letter, but didn’t know about the address, so I re-posted it. But the part about the cash was a joke.

  54. Comment by Derek | 06.28.2007 | 6:32 am

    You know – I’m not the praying type but I’ll say a few for your family. You know… just in case.

  55. Comment by Nathan | 06.28.2007 | 7:08 am

    Best of luck with the treatments. Glad to hear about an update.

    All this talk about hot bald chicks has me wondering what my fiance would look like bald.

  56. Comment by barry1021 | 06.28.2007 | 7:25 am

    Where was the original posted Botched? Just curious, never saw it….


  57. Comment by Brewinman | 06.28.2007 | 7:44 am

    There are supremely positive vibes now coming your way from the great (not so flat) state of Nebraska. I will wear my pink lemonade on the 20th with pride! You guys keep on turnin’ those cranks.

  58. Comment by BotchedExperiment | 06.28.2007 | 7:59 am

    barry1021, that was the danger of doing it the way Elden decided to do it. I’d reveal the details, only I’m afraid Susan would be dissapointed to know how sneaky Elden can be. Suffice to say, the post revealing the address was only in existance for about 8 hours.

  59. Comment by marsip | 06.28.2007 | 8:25 am

    I’m looking forward to wearing my new jersey on RAGBRAI this year. I’ll keep an eye out for Lance and the gang and see if they are wearing one, too. Those black LIVESTRONG jerseys have to be hot.

    Go Susan! Also, my friend Danette here in Iowa that’s going through some of the same issues with a strong spirit.

  60. Comment by Eric | 06.28.2007 | 9:23 am

    Thanks for the update. I too have wondered, but not wanted ask. I took your more frequent postings as a good sign, and I’ll keep the prayers, crossed fingers and positive thoughts coming.

    Hope the jersey gets here by next Friday so I can wear it on my 10 days tour through Oregon and Northern California.

  61. Comment by AMG in Texas | 06.28.2007 | 9:32 am

    Thanks Fatty for the update. Glad to hear Susan is getting around better:-) I am the religious kind and yall have been included in my prayers (especially our friend Lupita). Keep up the good fight! FC pink jerseys on the 20th… my wife and I are so in! I will do one better, I will wear a pink tie to church every sunday in July (I have 3 pink ties but will be on vacation for 2 weekends).

    BALD PEOPLE ROCK!!! BALD CYCLISTS ROCK!!! So why am I getting a hair transplant in August??? Perhaps better to save my money to fight cancer.

    Al, the hairy back thing gives me the willies… over here in Texas we use weed eaters for those body areas. Come on down and I will gas mine up for you;-)

  62. Comment by FliesOnly | 06.28.2007 | 10:29 am

    Well, you certainly will be receiving all the positive karma I can send your way. And as others have said, I too, will wear my pink jersey that day.

  63. Comment by UncleFred | 06.28.2007 | 11:01 am

    One large portion of Sun Filled, Gatorade Driven, Fat Cyclist Humored and warm kneed Karma heading your way.

  64. Comment by bici beeyatch | 06.28.2007 | 11:46 am

    thanks for updating us fatty. all the positive vibes are heading your way! i’ll be rocking the pink jersey and socks on july 20th too (my husband and i will be hiking at glacier park in montana) and thinking of you and susan.

  65. Comment by Donut | 06.28.2007 | 11:47 am


    I will be wearing mine on RAGBRAI too. If he is not wearing the FC Pink Lemonade maybe we can lure him away from the 1000 rider peloton into the corn or behind a barn and “encourage” him to wear it! I will be the guy in the FC jersey that looks like a bear on a bike at the circus.

  66. Comment by dkirkavitch | 06.28.2007 | 11:49 am

    Hey Fatty and Susan,
    Glad to hear you are feeling better. Lots of warm, positive vibes on their way from eastern Washington!
    Just bought my Second FC jersey. Orange was great, the pink will be… sixaplenty better.

  67. Comment by John H | 06.28.2007 | 12:16 pm


    Glad to hear Susan is feeling better. I’m praying for you and your whole family.

    God Bless,


  68. Comment by Gillian | 06.28.2007 | 1:45 pm

    I check in once ina while, and am glad to hear your wife is moving forward! Oh, and my chemo-attending also-slowly-getting-better (isn’t-cancer-great) friend has been looking for cute head wraps, her wig is killing her. I will totally send her that link! Thanks for sharing. Prayers, vibes, etc. coming your way from North Carolina. G

  69. Comment by Saso | 06.28.2007 | 10:09 pm

    I will mark this date and I hope all goes well for Susan.

  70. Comment by Argentius | 06.28.2007 | 11:49 pm

    I’m not so much the praying type, but still, situations like this lend one to at least do a little more than “think happy thoughts,” and, “hope.”

    Most good-looking women are better-looking with short hair anyway, in my humble opinion.

  71. Comment by Orbea Girl | 06.29.2007 | 1:34 am

    Many thanks for the update on Susan’s progress. Positive thoughts and plenty of good luck karma for you both all the way from France. I too willl be wearing my Pink Lemonade Jersey on 20 July.

  72. Comment by John | 06.29.2007 | 3:51 am

    I’ll be out in the big blue room for a ride tomorrow morning, and I’ll be thinking positive thoughts for Susan.

  73. Comment by Renato | 06.29.2007 | 6:47 am

    Deus abençoe vocês! (God bless you)

  74. Comment by flossy | 06.30.2007 | 3:42 pm

    Thanks for the update. I’m glad to hear that Susan is feeling more comfortable.

    Lucky I put in my order for a pink jersey, my husband liked the original FC jersey that I bought myself so much he has taken it for his own. If I get my pink one in time, I’ll wear it on 20 July for support but my thougths are with you and Susan as well.

  75. Comment by Jsun | 07.2.2007 | 6:42 pm

    Hiya FC-

    I’ve not been around here much and end up reading your blag in chunks now. But I’ve been thinking about you and yours though… Anyway, when my Mum-in-law went thru this chemo, we would tease her about her small noggin size, and how she could store the wig on a boiled egg cup at night instead of a full size head mannequin.
    Laughter is an excellent cure-all, no wonder you all are doing so well.


  76. Comment by Tonia Conger | 07.9.2007 | 12:33 am

    I’m glad to hear your wife is feeling a little better. I’ll be thinking of your family on July 20. I’m sorry for the worry and stress you undoubtedly have been going through and pray the news you get after the scan will ease it a bit.


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