On April 9, 2013 Doctors at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, TN removed about 98% of a tangerine size tumor! Like her family and friends at that time, most of you may not know what GBM is. GBM is Glioblastoma Multiforme which is a very aggressive form of brain cancer that is known mostly to affect men over the age of 40. Her team of doctors decided that after surgery she would follow up by intensive radiation and chemotherapy.After 9 months of treatment, last week we learned that the cancer has reoccurred, now in the frontal lobes on both the right and left sides. Because of the location and type of cancer she does not qualify for the most promising clinical trials. Her life has just begun and now her doctors say she may only live a year, give or take a month or so. She has been an inspiration to so many who have followed her journey. She thanks her God for the blessings in her life and she inspires others to do the same and as she says, “never give up hope”. Knowing time is short and passes quickly, we are trying to do everything possible to allow her to make the most of every single moment of every single day! In the next weeks we will be going to several hospital cancer centers where Morgan will have other tests and evaluations. We humbly ask for prayers for Mo with the hope that she might live a longer more productive and happier life!