Eli has had better days but hopefully this will be the worst of it. He wasn’t feeling up to eating anything and each time he finally did he couldn’t keep it down. We were warned and prepared for days like this but BH even with all that Elis mood is great. Today was day 3 of the 3rd round of chemo and hopefully Eli’s numbers will be well enough to handle the last few days of this round. He spent the day with many different people that came to visit and to relieve us for some time as well. Eli is having a visit this weekend from one of his favorites “uncles” and he and all our family all very excited and looking forward to it.

On a much happier note after 3 and a half years (since Sep ’09) we have not been living in our own home and our parents have gone completely out of their way for us on a daily basis to accommodate the hard conditions we lived in and as a result put them thru. We will never be able to properly show our deep appreciation to them. Bassy and the kids wethered the impossible storm that we have been thru all this time like champs. I don’t know how they put up with me ever let alone under those circumstances and for that I owe them a apology. BUT as of shabos IYH that situation will be something of the past as we are beezrat Hashem moving to 176 S. Fuller MAZAL TOV. This has been made possible thru the help of many people but one VERY BIG person with a even BIGGER HEART in particular. Meshaneh makom meshaneh mazal will be something we need and will be counting on.

The list of family, friends and strangers that have been there for us every second of the way is to long to list and we will never possibly be able to have the correct hakaras hatov to each person. I can assure everyone that we would not have the strength to go thru this trying period if not for your tefilos, Kabbalos, and many other means directly and indirectly on behalf of Elimelech Ben Basya and ourselves. Tizku lmitzvos and thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

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  1. Sylvia Danzer

    May Eli continue his with his possitive attitude. I can only imagine that this latest round of Chemo has been much more trying than the last. May Eli continue to make good progress on his road to a refuah Shleima, and Moshiach come spedily so Eli and all the other cholim will no longer have need for any more harsh treatments, as they will be zocheh to complete refuos shleimos.
    Kol Tuv,
    Sylvia and Manny Danzer

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