someone to take him to continue the treatment. St. Jude has what it needs to make the decision (I think), and we are waiting on a call from New York to see if he would qualify for the phase two treatment there. So, just waiting. Eli is doing pretty well. He continues with an unsteady walk, some potty issues, but that’s all I can tell. His chemistries have recovered, so, again, we just wait. He is really loving being home, he is so glad, and so am I. I just wish we could stop everything right where we are.
It is childhood cancer month, and most of you by now, surely, know that I, along with my sister, and three friends, started a non-profit group to try to better organize efforts to fundraise that we have been doing, really, since Eli was first diagnosed. Right now, our mission is to raise money for St. Jude. That is the bulk of our experience during this journey. I know what it does, I was comfortable with money going there, and it was easy while we learn the ropes of being a non-profit.
Eli had some photos done recently with a couple of mustangs. Many are saying how much he looks like my dad, and he really does in these pictures with his round head, little straight across grin and ears that stick out. My cellphone pics are awesome, so I can’t wait to see what that photographers pics look like.