Thursday, October 27, 2005


Doug's cancer counts were REALLY good, far better than the doctors hoped for after the initial chemo. Also, in an incredibly wonderful answer to prayers, two of his sisters, Briana and Christie, were found to be matches for a bone marrow transplant. They were going through more testing to see who was closer last I heard. The BMT will be coming up in a few weeks probably. As always, keep the Timmers in your prayers!!

Scarlett was saying I very much needed to update, but I find I have nothing much else to say. I have a does 3/4 of PCS I'm pretty sure. Pete's learning to play that Photograph song by Nickleback for me. I volunteered at the Children's Hospital tonight. I started my job at Forest Hills Foods...I bag and carryout. Not that you guys care about any of that stuff.

I wish I could rewind some of the great memories I have over again. Wouldn't that be awesome? All the pictures I take help relive memories, but its not the same as being there.


Blogger John W. Sikma said...

You have a cold? LUCKY!

9:22 AM, October 28, 2005  
Blogger John W. Sikma said...

oh, and i think it would be cool if you got a different profile picture of just the water. everybody would be like, what happened to eriker?

9:23 AM, October 28, 2005  
Blogger Eva Lemmon..? said...

No, they'd say, "She melted!!! What now!!???"

12:18 PM, October 28, 2005  
Anonymous Liana said...

Yea Erika, i have a cold sucks..and sorry i ran out of pix:(

4:07 PM, October 28, 2005  
Blogger Erika said...

John, colds are NOT lucky!! Also, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CALL ME ERIKER!!

Evie, would anyone really miss me??

Li, I forgive you:-)

5:23 PM, October 28, 2005  
Blogger eChuckler said...

I have a picture of plain water, if you want it...

10:33 PM, October 28, 2005  
Blogger Eva Lemmon..? said...

We would carefully mop you up and add some clear Jell-O to the bucket and then set it in an Ericka shaped mold. And then we would hold vigils etc. expecting you to suddenly come to life. Not stopping here, someone might steal the Jell-O Erika, and start up a blog in a secure location and pose as our dearly departed Erika, untill the papers pick up the sensational story and expose it for the hoax it is. (Not that anyone would belive them anyway, because the new york times would be the first ones on it.)
Finally, in sheer grief, we would locate the Jell-0 Erika and combine it with some cement dust, thus creating a tragic and rather stuck-where-it-was monument. We could plant tulips.....

12:00 AM, October 29, 2005  
Blogger scarlatti said...

i like that post, and i doo care about your new job! comeon, fruitloop, what did you think, that im and unemotional freak who pays little or no attention to the details of the lives of my friends? i also wish i could go back in time... so many things i would do again... sigh

1:20 PM, October 29, 2005  
Blogger Erika said...

Right about now...i'd not have gone to that bonfire last nite. Why am I so retarded??

Ev...much thanx, i greatly appreciate your concern for me. How would you find an Erika shaped mold exactly?

3:06 PM, October 29, 2005  
Anonymous Liana said...


5:34 PM, October 29, 2005  
Blogger born2fly said...

y shouldnt of u gone 2 the bonfire? did it further your cold? my mom didnt let me go b/c of my cold

6:16 PM, October 29, 2005  
Blogger Eva Lemmon..? said...

Oh, it would be easy. We would get a 2d pic and use it to make a computer generated 3d image with all the necessary dimentions to make a die, and create our first Erika. This model would come out on a 1/10 scale. Then we would use a process similar to auto industry's to make a full scale Erika. Finally we would take a latex mold of the full scale version and pour the Jell-ment into it. (On second thought, we could take the Jell-ment Erika with us on a country wide tour!)

11:03 AM, October 31, 2005  
Blogger Erika said...

NP Li:-)

Abbs...or something.

Evie, my dear girl, I worry about you. Do I have any say in any of this??

9:41 PM, October 31, 2005  
Blogger Eva Lemmon..? said...

Not much, I can assure you! :)

8:57 AM, November 01, 2005  
Anonymous Wong Online PoK√©r Hu said...

I would always wish for him to have a successful therapy. It is good that his chemotherapy produced great results. Perhaps he is on his way to total recovery. This may take time, but the wait is worth it.

6:49 PM, November 28, 2005  

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