LIAM'S JOURNEY

In May of 2006 we lost Matt, Liam's Dad after a courageous battle with a brain tumour, he was 34 years old. In April of 2008 we got the devastating news that 7 year old Liam had an extremely rare form of cancer in his sinus cavity. This blog is where we can update you on Liam's progess with his brave battle. "If children have the ability to ignore all odds and percentages, then maybe we can all learn from them."

Day 43

Filed under: 1 — Rebecca at 4:42 pm on Sunday, June 1, 2008

Liam has had a really good day today, he has been busy beating me at a game he was given by his cousin Jack called Mancala.  There is a bit of strategy involved and I’ll put him beating me down to me being preoccupied! 

Liam’s friend Keenan came to visit this morning which cheered him up no end. The two of them sat playing with the lego for about an hour and discussing loonie tunes cartoons.  We were also visited by Sally from the Child Cancer Foundation this afternoon and she delivered a bag of goodies including a nice pink panther that only the special cancer kids get!  There are lots of activities coming up so hopefully Liam is well enough to participate in them.

Until tomorrow

Becs 



8 Comments

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   Vickie, Steve, & kids

June 1, 2008 @   

Don’t worry, Jack kicks my butt at Mancala too!

So glad you’re feeling better, Liam, we’ll come out and visit you again and you can play Jack for the supreme title!

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   Brian, Tania, Josh & Amy

June 1, 2008 @   

Hi guys, we are pleased to read that things are all going smoothly, speedy recovery Liam. Josh says hi. Bye 4 now.

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   Andrea, Paul, Emmie, Angus & Kennedy

June 1, 2008 @   

There’s a theme emerging here … Emmie is 8 and she kicks my butt every time we play Mancala!! Glad to hear you’re doing so well Liam – you’ll be tearing around at home again before you know it. Keep up the good work!

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   The Stones

June 1, 2008 @   

Your a real trooper Liam. We definately think you deserve a special pink panther too. Hopefully see you tomorrow. Love and kisses

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   nana

June 1, 2008 @   

It was good to see you yeasterday Liam even though you’d just had your ‘power chuck’. you were very brave moving from your chair to wheelchair then back again, no moans, so brave. proud of you. gosh your room will soon be like a zoo with teddies, monkey abd pink panther, might be hard to find you!!is the seagull still tapping on your window for a feed? see you again soon. love nana

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   Jo

June 2, 2008 @   

Hey Liam!!

We are in awe with your tremendous recovery!! Really enjoy reading through your progress each day and others comments too!! You have so many people who love you and care so much for how you are doing!!
You will be pleased to know that Jack has been wearing the Hurricanes shirt – and wears it with great pride!! (His crusaders one seems to have gone missing … but I certainly had nothing to do with that!
The special blanket that has been made for you looks amazing!! It bought tears to my eyes. I know that it must be great to have that to snuggle into.
Lots of Southern love to you all!! pjjfmm xxxx

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   Nina, Clint, Jack & Fletch

June 2, 2008 @   

Hi guys, have been reading the daily update on your recovery Liam…….. and wow, what an amazing kid you are. We are so pleased to hear the operation went well and you are recovering with great strength. Looking forward to catching up in soon Becs. Lots of love NINA and co x

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   Sarah Breen

June 3, 2008 @   

Wow Liam – you are doing soooooo great! Well done on missing mum with your power chuck! When Pat was sick – he did a massive power chuck over everything but me.. may I say – I really appreciated his aim as well!!!The other cool thing was – he improved heaps afterwards – as Im sure you will!
Love to you all.
Sarah Pat Hamish & Lucy xxxx

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