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Our family of 6 (dad Adam, mom Sherry, big sister Abby and little brothers Isaac and Brady -- who was born on December 14, 2010) joined the ranks of pediatric cancer fighters when our 4-year old son Logan was diagnosed with a dangerous and highly malignant form of brain cancer in mid-August 2010. Logan's cancer journey began abruptly on Sunday, August 15, when his right eye suddenly turned inward during dinner. Twenty-four hours later, we were checking into Children's Hospital Oakland and finding out that life sometimes takes you places you'd never, ever imagine yourself going.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


It's been a long day. After a week and a half's stay on the East Coast with family, we headed back home this morning. Naturally --since it's our mode of late-- it wasn't an easy journey. Our flight --carefully chosen because it involved just a single stop and NO deplaning-- was cancelled, and we were re-routed through a different city on a flight that involved an additional stop as well as a plane change. We weathered the drama well enough, only to get to our home airport and discover that our bags had been lost in transit. There were some serious issues with a borrowed carseat, but it's all in the past now and we're home. At last.

Logan's MRI is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. I feel pretty raw, really. He's not in great shape lately, so of course there are nerves as we approach the hour. But at the same time, I know the only thing we can do is pray, so it's what I've been doing. And what I'll continue to do. And what I ask you to do as well.

I know it's sort of a radical concept within mainstream Christianity, but if you really believe in healing, please claim it for Logan. Some of you will know exactly what I mean; others will scratch your heads. That's okay. Heading into tomorrow and the weeks to come, I'm just asking for some seriously hardcore healing claims to be made on his behalf.

I'm tuckered out, so it's off to bed for me shortly. Blessings to you and THANK YOU for being a part of Logan's Team. It really, truly does matter.


  1. My goodness...as if you needed more stress!!
    Will pray tonight, tomorrow and each day thereafter for Logan's healing as I have been doing.

  2. I don't comment often but you, Logan and your entire family are in my prayers. I've also asked my mom and cousin to add Logan to their prayer chains.

  3. Sherry,
    You don't know me but I attend VCC and have followed your story over recent months through SLP friends. My prayers are with you and your family each day. I believe I recently saw you at Sweet Tomatoes with your family and being somewhat shy and not being certain it was you, I kept to myself. But I should have come to say hello and tell you how wonderfully behaved all your children were and how nicely they got along. So, if it was you, the compliment stands and hopefully brings a little comfort to you in that you and your husband are doing a wonderful job with your children. Blessings and comfort be yours...

  4. Sherry,
    I attend VCC. This is the first I have heard about Logan. I DO believe God heals....and will be praying for Logan....and for God to give you and your family His strength in the days ahead....and that His Spirit would make His presence SOOOO 'VERY REAL" to you and your family.

  5. I will also pray for you and family's supernatural; strengthening to endure..

  6. Continuing to pray for complete healing for Logan and strength for your entire family while you await this mountain to move. Special prayers as you await the results of his MRI.

  7. Hoping that all is going well today for you and Logan.

    Kris from LJ

  8. I believe in healing prayer and will fortify my future prayers with healing for Logan and for your entire family! Glad to hear the trip back east when fairly smooth!