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 90 – Back to School

Filed under: 1 — Rebecca at 4:27 pm on Monday, July 21, 2008

Liam’s first day back at school for quite awhile went without a hitch today.  He didn’t particularly want to go back as he said he has more fun at home and at school he has to work.  He wore shorts, but even though it was a sunny day I think possibly he wanted to show off his impressive scar.

After the initial curious stares and questions from the kids he appears to have slotted back in nicely.  He was running around playing tag and said he wasn’t “it” all the time even though he still has a bit of trouble running.  I also didn’t get a phone call saying he was asleep at his desk or had fallen over and injured himself in the playground so I think it went well!  Long may it last.

Cousin Hannah started at Kapanui today (transferred from her other primary school) so that kept Ashleigh excited as they got to play together at playtime.  I spent the day with my nose in a textbook, and it is nice to be back in some sort of a routine.

Thats all for now.

Becs



3 Comments

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   Tracey & Shamus

July 21, 2008 @   

Hi Guys
Sounds like you all enjoyed your time down south! The little sailing boats looked great fun.
Hope you enjoyed you 1st day back at skool liam, running GENTLY :)around with all the kids.
Keep it up Buddy
T & S

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   Kerry Burfoot and clan

July 21, 2008 @   

Great to see you Toddies again during the trip south!
Charge upwards and onwards Liam and have a blast at school!
Kerry,Tim,Milly,Isla,Jonty!

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   The Tullys

July 22, 2008 @   

Hi guys,
Been a while since we’ve been in touch but you are always in our thoughts. A word from the Tully boys…..

hEllo liAM
hope you’re going well and are in high spirits
yours sinserily LUI =} =] =}

hi liam
this is jack. if you don’t remember me im the one who has played touch with you at christine and charles house, i am also the one who gave you a heap of rugby cards (and i hope you are enjoying them.) i am writing to say that i really hope that you get better soon. i cant wait to see you again so we can play touch and have a great time making fun of my brother lui like we used to.
yours sincerly Jack.

Back to me… Looks like you guys had a fab holiday. I worked through, so we were pretty much Wgtn based – rugby, playstation, table tennis and sleepovers were the order of most days for the boys.

Take care of each other and I hope good news on the test front comes through soon.

much love, the Tullys

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