|pretending in the C-9 cockpit|
So, we had our meeting with the oncologist at MDA on Thursday, and he agreed that the disease was stable. He is going to present it to the tumor board at MDA to make sure all agree with that reading. Bloodwork that morning indicated that Eli needed a blood transfusion, so it was a very long day. That really hurt since i had intended to pack up the car and get a few hours on the road Thursday.
|With the C-9 "Vomit Comet"|
I want to make sure that all of you precious people reading and praying know that - in the words of the oncologist - Eli is “very sick.” The
|One of the T-38 Talons|
|Eli and Dom|
|Real astronaut food - chocolate pudding.|
On a different note, a much more fun, upbeat note, Eli and I had a wonderful distraction this week. He was invited to tour Ellington Airport, which includes the NASA astronaut training facilities with
|Eli and Ray J|
|Eli and Dr Ochoa|
We saw the Orion, our next ride to space, we saw the new space vehicles, and the robot that will basically be an astronaut butler. We saw the International Space Station training mock-up, and the
|Historic Mission Control|
It may be a while before I updated again. Our big fundraiser is coming up Saturday, Superhero Day, so I will be working on that and enjoying being home. If there is anything new worth updating, I certainly will, though. Thank you all, sincerely, from the bottom of a broken heart.
|The space mobiles, and he robot.|
|Orion's mission ocntrol|