We also saw the chemo doc who was just fantastic and again explained how rare this type of tumor was especially in the location it decided to take up lodging. But then again, didn't we all know what a rare girl Brenda is? Someone please tell her, she doesn't have to constantly show us!!! We go back there for some blood work and then she needs an MRI of her neck for the next surgery. She's scheduled to have the bad nodes on one side of her neck removed on Tuesday the 14th at 7:30 am and then might have the other side done on the 17th. Please set your clocks for a universal infusion of prayers and positive energy that morning.
The bummer news is that our patient has a little stomach virus on top of a touchy pain-killer belly and so she really feels nauseated and pretty puny right now. We got some new tummy meds but not much seems to calm this down. Popsicles are a great thing. Hopefully she'll feel better tomorrow.
Thanks to you all for the cards and well wishes and offers of help. You'll never know how much that means to us. Our friends have really been fabulous...all of you get hugs and kisses all over your faces! We love you all and are so appreciative.