Friday, January 30, 2009

Video of "Famous Tumor"

We got the link to watch the news cast. It was on last night in the Bay Area. Here it is. I liked it because it barely had me Shana and more of Todd. But under all of that blue stuff in the operating room is Devree...somewhere. The funny part is to listen at how many times the newscaster lady messes up Devree's name!
http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/health&id=6631969

8 comments:

Val, Jed, Claire, and Annaliese said...

Yea they totally ruined her name! She didnt say it right once! They should have just called her little miss alice!! :)

Arianne said...

They sure did butch your name a lot. Well, you're tumor is officially famous! What a blessing to live in a time when such medical devices exist. The photo they used of you, Devree, looks great.

soggycheerios said...

I didn't know Devree was so hard to say. Shana you looked great.
Connie

Leah said...

I loved the different ways they pronounced your name. It put a smile on my face.

walkinourshoes said...

The news lady slaughtered your name. It's way cool the you are famous. We are so proud of you and how positive you are. We love you tons.
Love, The Jensen's

tammyella said...

well Devree, now a bunch of old crabby people in san frnsisco who watch the news know your name!!!!!! haha you actually got on TV that's amazing babe.

Breck, Celest, Tayzia, Talon, Kallie, and Jackson Rice said...

Hi Debri, Deserae. . . . . oh wait, it's Devree! You are all famous and you did a fabulous job. Devree's picture is beautiful!

Powla said...

I shared this video link with my friends and a couple of my teachers in the Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies department that I am in at Fresno State. One teacher in particular, who has worked several years in the trauma center in a hospital, got tears in her eyes and said she would pray for Devree, then asked me to email her the link to the family blog and the video.

Several of my friends are including her in their prayers, as well as some strangers who popped into our media center and said they were gathering names for a prayer group later that night. I wasn't there, but one of my close friends was, and she says she popped up and told them, "Yes! Pray for Devree!"

With all those prayers out there, how can we not have faith that everything is going to be okay?