Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Let's Get Those Suckers Out o' There!

She's in... and under the knife as we speak. The doctors and the nurses have been great. They even marked each breast so as not to get anything confused?!?! Krista Stone, who underwent the exact same thing about a year and half ago, flew in from NYC last night and was here for support, hugs and even some laughs. Diane (big sist) and my mom were also there to see her gurney go down the tunnel to surgery. There were just a little bit of tears and, just her style, we heard her joking and laughing together with the anesthesiologist right before making the turn into the double doors. Stay tuned...should be about another 3-4 hours before we know how things went. Thanks again for all the emails and texts- we're feeling the love for sure!!!
nick

10 comments:

  1. KIKI..Thinking of you, Thinking of you. Love seeing your smiling face in these pictures, you truly are remarkable! Just thinking now, you are almost finished with this huge step and so amazed at your tenacity and strength. Also, thinking an extra plus with pain killers, and sleep induced pills at hand at all times won't be too bad! I will try not to let Nick hog them all XXOOO

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  2. Can't wait till you are back at home! Verde Lane is not the same :-)! Lots of prayers and love being sent to you. Love, Amy

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  3. Hang in there beautiful girl...we are all thinking super pink thoughts for you today!! xoxo...nm

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  4. Hi Nick, Hi Kristin, many many good thoughts to you and your family! You'll do great! Much love Joe and Katia

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  6. Thinking of you this evening. Have worn my little pink bracelet today in your honor as a constant reminder to be in prayer. Love you doll!
    hugs
    stac

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  7. Kristin,

    I know you will beat this. You have the strength and plenty of love and support around you. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts.

    Jill Bray

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  8. Kristin and Nick - We are thinking of you today and sending Texas sized kick ass karma your way. Sending our love, Kevin & Julie

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  9. Your strength is inspiring. You are in our prayers!!! the Seaquists in Colorado

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  10. Kristin & Nick - Please know we're all by your side through this battle thanks to this amazing blog! Stay strong and we look forward to hearing your positive reports soon. KICK SOME CANCER ASS KIKI!!! Hugs and prayers, Kelley & Bryce Molder

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