And all is well. I don't think of this blog much, which is a good thing. Life is going along swimmingly for Steven. His annual check up turned out well, although this year has given us a taste of how hard it is to get questionable results and to have to wait to see how things turn out. It's a long story, but the end is that everything looks great for Steven. Sometimes doctors are very careful (rightfully so) and sometimes you realize that you're still susceptible to anxiety--it can come in a flash.
Thankfully, our anxieties about cancer were in vain and we have a healthy young man to watch in amazement. He just got back from his Unlimbited Ski camp where he spent the week skiing with amputee friends and loving every minute of it (except saying goodbye). He is now 17 and this year has brought him his first job, first date, and his driver's license. He has a rigorous line up of AP classes and is one of our ward organists. He is a fun kid to have around and inspires us all with his dedication to use his time well. I can't express how grateful we are to have him around.