Praise God that Kohen’s rotationplasty surgery in March was a success.
Praise God that Kohen rehabilitated exceptionally well.
Praise God that Kohen has been learning to use his prosthetic like a pro.
Praise God for all of you who were there for Kohen throughout this ordeal, supporting him and his family as we traversed the darkest and most painful days of our lives.
Praise God that Kohen suffered only a minimal amount of permanent hearing loss from the chemotherapy.
Praise God that Kohen’s EKG showed no damage to his heart from the chemotherapy.
Praise God that Kohen handled nearly eight months of chemotherapy like a trooper, concluding his final treatment this past week.
And finally, praise God that Kohen’s final CAT scans have revealed no signs of cancer anywhere in his body.
But the road is long from over . . .
This week Kohen gets his port removed from his body. Then there will be tests and more tests as the months and years go by to make sure the cancer has not returned. And then there’s adjusting to a whole new life of living with a prosthetic.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, there’s a whole lot of summer we have to catch up on and memories to be made.