Wednesday, November 23, 2016
prompted the surgery, we can only assume it is still in the growing stage. Our options are to use gamma-knife radiation to the three spots, watch the other five, and/or change the chemo, or leave the trial, or do nothing. We haven’t had a chance to discuss in detail, but I’m betting that Vic is leaning toward
doing nothing until the December scan. This is a, sadly, familiar place for us. We’ve even been to this place more than once. I’ve said before how Eli makes it so easy to be in denial about the situation, and that continues to be true. He is having wonderful, active, normal days.
We had a busy week leading up to the weekend when, on Friday, we left with a church group of about 200 to go to Northern Kentucky to tour the Creation Museum, attend Grant County Church of Christ, then tour the Ark Encounter. It was a fabulous trip, and Eli was active, participatory, “normal” throughout the whole weekend. The kids held snakes, and
It was one night in Augusta, then back late Monday night as I mentioned. Up Tuesday for dentist appointments, driving practice (for my 16yo), online schooling, non-profit organization stuff, unpacking, laundry, dinner, etc., as life goes on. I am looking forward to a Thanksgiving weekend, and will be having lunch with church family, then regular family. I hope we do a couple of special
Happy Thanksgiving, friends!