Camping readers


Here’s the only woman in the entire world who matters, along with our dear, sweet youngest son.  Great Art courtesy of my exclusive old Minolta camera, taken during a camping trip in Pennsylvania on Labor Day weekend in 2005, and part of my famous Camping series.

This was a very difficult day.  LRN4’s leukemia is back.  I’m heartbroken, frightened, terrified, and really struggling to be the positive, confident one.  I’ll get back there tomorrow.  She goes back to the hospital tomorrow, assuming there’s a bed available.  They start chemo, keep her there for a couple days, and hopefully send her back to the Village to finish the 10-day chemo course.  Then more chemo, probably another transplant, and we don’t know what else.

All’s not lost – it’s just a setback.  But things were going so well and we were so close to going home and resuming our lives.  We believe that’s still in our future.  It’s just delayed a little bit longer.

No funny stuff today.  Next week.  LRN4, I love you.  You are everything.  You are the only thing.  Survive.

See you on Monday.

3 Responses to “Camping readers”

  1. Shannon Says:

    This is another one of those wonderful trips we took together–where we learned about carrier pigeons. Thank you for an amazing life together. I love you more than words can express.

  2. Sandy Says:

    I love you both. Sorry things are so hard right now. You are both amazing and I know you will both keep working towards returning to your life again.

  3. Paul Says:

    That’s a great picture and a wonderful treasure of a comment from Mom.

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