Saturday morning, October 22, lace up your jogging shoes and walk or run in our 9th Annual Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis Fun Run at Oyster Creek Park.
Registration begins at 8:00 am and the run begins at 9:00 am. Check out Taylor Sears’ website at www.cff.org/Great_Strides/TaylorSears5593
Invite your family, friends and co-workers to enjoy some exercise and fellowship, while being a part in making CF HISTORY by finding a cure.
The 8th Annual “Taylor Sears Champion the Cure for Cystic Fibrosis” Fundraiser will be presented by Mercedes-Benz of Sugar Land at 7:30 p.m.
For more information on the dinner go to website at http://txgulf.cff.org/TaylorSearsChampion. Local restaurants will provide a “Taste of Sugar Land” with live entertainment. Both a live and silent auction will take place with one of a kind items and great packages.
For more information on these events, please contact Cherry Sears at 281-980-4987 or email@example.com
Taylor’s health update:
Taylor’s had another roller coaster year being in the hospital in January because he had a 14% drop in lung function. In the hospital he lost 4 pounds and continued to drop 9 pounds by June. July the doctors were considering putting in a feeding tube but doubled his pancreatic enzymes and Taylor got on board with being more proactive with his health care (YEAH!). We are happy to say he has now gained 10 pounds!! Another roller coaster update is Taylor does not have psudemonas for the first time in years!! Because of psudemonas, he inhales antibiotics 2-3 times every day AND is on and off antibiotics. If he is psudemonas free for 6-9 months he can get off antibiotics. That would be great as Taylor has about gone through every oral antibiotic and would be left with only IV’s. The craziest update is while he doesn’t have psudemonas, he has a staff infection in his lungs. Shockingly the doctors are not worried about this as they have found that staff eats the psudemonas. I have not idea what God’s doing here, but as usual we take one day at a time and just let God lead the way! Taylor’s in 7th grade and doing very well in school. He hopes to play basketball and baseball this year.