Friday, July 21, 2006

We are home! It was so quiet. No cockatiels or little girls to greet us. Returning to Stanford for the BMT process (starting chemo - ugh!) on Sunday morning. No probiotics, no vitamins, no dirt, no sand, no rock, no climbing, no running, no, no, no, no, no, nothing for David until we get admitted on Sunday. I have him tied to a tree to ensure that ;-) He doesn't understand ;-) Giggle! If all goes according to plan, the BMT will take place on August 1, 2006. It's not's just like a blood transfusion. The bone marrow cells go directly into David's central line. Then we pray fervantly and earnestly for the cells to grow and for his body to never reject the cells, praying like we've never prayed before!

Our very important guest (VIG) is arriving today. She drove all the way from Ohio. I am so happy to be home to welcome her! An answered prayer.

"I have chosen the way of truth; I have set my heart on your laws." Psalm 119:30

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