Wednesday, March 25, 2009

20,000 Hits

It took a little bit longer than the first 10,000 hits, but yesterday, we had the 20,000th hit on the page. The updates have been fewer, which is a good thing as we try and get back to a normal life at home. My work has been steady, the girls are going to school, Nathaniel continues to wreak havoc around the house, and for a couple weeks it's been nice to forget about Isabella's cancer. Isabella is almost a "professional" bowler on the Wii. The main thing that has changed is that Julianne's full-time job is now staying home to care for the kids, which in itself is fine, since she doesn't get called in the middle of the night to deliver a baby anymore.

If you recall my "Things I Miss (Daddy Version)" post, it lists the things I missed since Isabella got sick. We've managed to do most of that list besides visiting Dave and Busters, but we can take care of that soon.

Today, Isabella gets another blood draw and we are hoping that her white counts are back to normal. If they are, we are scheduled to proceed with the stem cell harvest on Monday for 3 or 4 days. For this, we will be required to stay at the hospital. Then, next Saturday, we will begin Chemo Cycle 4. One good thing about postponing chemo for another week is that this weekend is my birthday. So instead of spending my birthday in the hospital, we'll be able to get out and do something....maybe even go to Dave and Busters! :)

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