A vagrant


Here’s some interesting graffiti on a wall somewhere in Canada.  Very nicely done!  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken during our 2012 East Coast cruise, and part of my famous Cruise and Vacation series.

We made sure to keep moving along after we saw that picture, incidentally.  No sense tempting fate.

Pretty good day today.  LRN4 hasn’t felt very well today, but she’s doing okay.  I’m hoping she’s back in great shape again tomorrow.  But we’ve had some great news: LRN4’s sister Melanie has been confirmed as a good match for LRN4’s stem cell transplant!  That’s the best possible case for us, so we’re absolutely delighted.  We still need to see if she’s in remission next week before we know the timing of the transplant.  We’ve had great forward progress, but there’s still a lot of waiting to be done.  I don’t want to wait!

Let’s see – what else is going on other than stuff around the hospital?

Not much.  I’m enjoying staying with Betsy and Bob.  They’re going out of their way to make me comfortable and I’ve always really liked them both.  They’re away for the night tonight for Bob’s birthday, so I’ll have the house to myself for the night.  I wonder what I’ll do – probably something crazy like going to bed earlier than usual!  Maybe I’ll even get up early tomorrow morning.

Time to write my daily letter to the family and get home.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food violence news: non-sausage frenzy!

See you on Monday.

One Response to “A vagrant”

  1. Shannon Says:

    I know I get pretty excited when there is no sausage!

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