November 15, 2008
We are primed to hit the hospital and start day 2 of topotecan and cyclophosphamide. The car is packed with a sculpture kit for horses, origami material, plenty of art supplies, some movies and audio books, and our suitcase. We have our dear friend Clayton Sue Benson standing by in Kingwood (having driven in from Fort Worth last night) ready to meet us and start the fun. Unfortunately, we're feeling a lot like Mary and Joseph at the moment. There's "no room in the Inn" for us at this point, so we need to hope that some cancer child passes their culture test or their blood test or some other hurdle they are waiting for to get discharged, so that we can have their room.
We certainly enjoyed the comfort of our own beds last night and the peace of watching the sunset over the lake.
I'll keep you updated on the changing story, but until then keep The Erin Project contributions coming. I have not had too much time to put the marterial up on the web, but . . .slowly but surely.