This is soooo embarrassing!
Look at what I have to put up with just to get Blue Bunny Ice Cream!

We went to the University of Wisconsin yesterday for our every 2 months recheck for my clinical trial/study. My exam was good and my Chest Xray remains CLEAR!! I don’t have to go back until February 7. Mom said we can’t do breakfast on the way there any more because I might need to go to sleep for my Xray. I did. Just can’t lay flat on my back with legs up in the air on that hard table. You hoomans who have has XRays know what I mean, right?

My hooman Mom has officially lost her mind she is so excited that I am doing well! Me and my brother Raffie are trying on our Christmas outfits. Mom is taking us for pictures with Santa Paws on Sunday. So watch out… more pics coming up…

Author: thurston

I am Gloria, a retired RN and Single Pawrent of Thurston Howell IV, a 6 year old St. Bernard who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma 4/22/18 and amputated 5/11/18. He has finished 4 rounds of Carboplatin and is enrolled on a Study at University of Wisconsin at Madison. We want to share our story with others. Thurston's journal of osteosarcoma treatment

3 thoughts on “MY EXAM WAS GOOD!!”

  1. Hi Thurston,
    I am so happy that your Mom got a great report. You are one sweet pup. Christmas photos are good. Promise they won’t make you lay on your back with feet up for those photos.
    Mommers (Lynn)
    Remy’s Mom

  2. SWEEET! That is wonderful news Thurston, a big CONGRATULATIONS to you!

    We can’t wait to see the Santa pics, I know they will be totally adorable if your preview with Raffie is any indication. have fun!

  3. Way to go on a good exam report!! It sure is hard to lay still on an xray table … they are not soft and comfy like a bed. I am so happy you got good news!
    Waiting for those Santa pictures, I know you will have fun and of course treats will be involved 🙂
    Jackie and Huck

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