We made the trip lots of fun, including two ferry rides, a Brownie event that happened to be the day before Jaymi's MRI (at the border of the US and Canada with thousands of other girls),
learning how to geocache together (the three of us),
lots of hotel fun,
and a trip to the aquarium (thanks to the Granna, who got us free passes last year, and also paid for a gift for Jaymi in the gift shop).
Jaymi did fine, as she always does. She thinks the trips to Vancouver are fantastic, including the MRI experience, for the following reasons:
#1 - she is asleep for the MRI
#2 - she gets a popsicle afterwards
#4 - the IV doesn't hurt because her hand is numbed first
#5 - she gets a ferry ride to get there and back
The MRI showed some re-growth. Not a lot, as this is a slow-growin
As of right now, I guess the tumour isn't causing any problems, which explains why Jaymi has no symptoms at all. She is completely fine! So, in December, the doctor says that if the tumour stops growing, they do nothing, and MRI again a year from December. If it keeps growing, at some point, they would have to go back in and do more surgery. And of course, there is always the possibility that it will begin to shrink again. That, obviously, is what we are praying for.