Moving Right Along
We have seven days to go with this PICC line (we think) and Gorman continues to feel good most days so we are blessed. We return to UAB Monday, July 8 for an MRI, appts. with two doctors and hopefully, to get this thing removed. He has not had any pain or discomfort from it; just that it’s bothersome and he is oh sooo careful, lest it gets pulled out again, so much so that he barely uses his left arm.
We’re just assuming Gorman will get a good report and a good MRI so we have scheduled the Avastin infustions to begin again on Wed, July 10. It will feel good to know that something is being done to keep this cancer at bay.
Grady was here this weekend and we had a great, if short, visit. He and Gorman began making plans for us to visit him in Ft. Collins, CO this fall so they can fish on the Cache La Poudre River. Of course, we never know what the future will bring and therefore, don’t make concrete plans very far in advance but it was cute to see them both so excited and I hope we are able to make that trip.
I know I’ve said this before but I want everyone to know how much Gorman and I appreciate the responses we get on our blog. We do read everyone and have fun talking about them. Some are from folks we haven’t seen in ages and some are from dear loyal friends who keep up with us but they mean so much to us both.