Today the RV gets moved to the Kiwanis House Rv area. I’m excited in a way as it will reduce driving and simplify things for now.
On absolutely incredible news, Barclay is engrafting and his numbers are going up rapidly. He still feels lousy and of course, the real fatigue is about to hit him but at least the numbers are doing what they are supposed to.
The doctor indicated he may be released as soon as this weekend which is way ahead of what I thought so that too is incredible. Then it will be clinic visits daily then it will taper off and I’m guessing his doctor will release him to come home. It’s still a long road but there is light at the end of the tunnel.
I’m trying to get everything packed up this morning including some food so I don’t need to go out later in Sacto to get something. Tomorrow I was planning to go to the Trader Joes nearby and get a few things.
The hat is too cover up his now bald head. His hair starting coming out right on schedule (day 10) and so it was shaved by one of the incredible nurses.
Well, it has been a good week overall.
We are very fortunate that someone is going to lend us an RV so we can park at the Kiwanis house after B is released from the hospital. We are very grateful as it is a beautiful RV. So at least that part of everything is set up. Plus it keeps us out of a hotel and that is great.
We will need to buy a few things as we don’t want to impact the owner’s stuff too much. We’re thinking our own sheets and some outside lawn chairs.
B’s CT scan was all good except for some more bladder stuff but he went and had a urine test and that was all good so who knows what that is. So all the tests are good.
We meet the transplant doctor this week to finalize everything. I think I’ll go to the coop first and then we can meet the doctor.
Our weather has been beautiful and continues to be so.
May is really one of the loveliest months here in Northern California.
We’re out early again today for B to get platelets. I went to the gym and now I’m at Flour Garden writing this and drinking a coffee. When we get home I’m planning on starting the kitchen zone and do a few things maybe not all the kitchen zone. It’s also sheet day.
I finished reading the Madame chic books( the first 2) and I enjoyed them. I don’t think they’re for everyone and some people probably wouldn’t like them at all. I liked the inside look at Paris and the culture. I’ve been trying to find them at the used bookstore for about 5 years with no luck so I finally bought them off amazon.
Next Sunday is Mother’s day which I always get breakfast made. But we’re also going to celebrate our son’s graduation from CSU Sacramento and our daughters birthday since B will be in the hospital for both. We’re giving Z money and S will get a new Kindle that she wanted.
Dinner is street tacos since it’s Cinco de Mayo!! Plus some guacamole.