It finally was successful and the chemo was given and we were sent home......gladly!
She rested today, watched some movies, and then even got to go hang out for a few hours at our close friend Amy and Bill's house (while the boys were at soccer and the mom had a quiet house to herself for the first time in 3 weeks....ahhhh). It was a good way to end a very hard week. She experienced no nausea this time from the one chemo drug that she was given, and we are praying that this week brings many more days of recovery, healing and rest.
Here are some photos of the last few days. Blessings, peace and rest to all!
|Girl Scout troop......made it to a meeting the afternoon between inpatient and port surgery|
|Ambulatory Care pre-surgical wait|
|Emma likes to cocoon herself in blankets after surgery....needing ice chips from dad|
|Port access problems|
The following photos are from earlier in our week
|Happy to make Joseph's science fair....not happy to be so close to Ruby the snake!|
|Beautiful handmade quilt|
|Blogging from room 660 B|
|Jacob and Emma-friends from church, bonded together through trial, protected and loved by God-please keep Jacob in your prayers. His struggle is just as hard, just as deep, and in many ways more challenging. Thank you friends.|