Monthly Archives: November 2010

Mind your manners.

Wednesday.  Rob continued to do well today.  He keeps the nurses at the hospital entertained with his pleasant and friendly attitude. I think his Southern manners (drilled into him over the years!) are coming in handy!  On one of his … Continue reading

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Thankful.

Tuesday.  Rob’s 24-hour chemo infusion began last night at 7 pm.  For eight straight days, at 7 pm, another bag will be hooked up.  Rob is tolerating it well so far. Jim and I are staying beside him, all of … Continue reading

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The Babysitter.

Monday.  An early departure from our hotel to get over to Dr. Anna Pavlick’s office.  She’s the one whom Dr. Rosen left in charge while he is away (in Paris) at an annual sarcoma meeting.  She was great — immediately … Continue reading

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We needed more time, and we needed help.

Sunday.  Thank goodness for the time change that happened last night, we had an extra hour this morning!  Jim, Rob, and I used all sixty minutes of it to get ourselves packed up and out of the house, packing what … Continue reading

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Invited in.

Well…. it’s just not something that you can know for sure, but you think you know how you would feel.  Years ago, actually March, 1995, to be exact, I thought I knew.  Our oldest son, Jack, was diagnosed with what … Continue reading

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