Great news this week out of Good Morning America.
Robin Roberts will resume her full-time duties with the program following Labor Day, making the announcement in an interview with Vanity Fair and joking about how she's managing to sneak in one more four-day work week due to the holiday.
The anchor underwent a bone marrow transplant last September after she was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder.
She returned to Good Morning American in February, after taking more than six months of medical leave and has slowly been working her way back up to regular status, even interviewing Michelle Obama along the way.
She also hosted ABC's red carpet coverage of the Academy Awards and received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at ESPYs in July.
We send Robin our very best and, wait, if you listen closely... that sound you hear is Matt Lauer crying.