Yes, that is the title of an old Simon and Garfunkel song, but it also Bri as of about 2 p.m. today!
It has been one busy week for everyone! Last weekend, we knew that Bri would have an intrathecal chemotherapy treatment, a bone marrow biopsy, preparing to come home. I was busy trying to sterilize the house, help the girls with Valentines for school, Valentine's Day as a whole, and study for two tests without having been to a single class in six weeks! We knew this day would come!
So here we are, day 31 of Bri's chemotherapy. She has been hospitalized since January 5th, so she gets to come home one day shy of 6 full weeks. It is hard to believe she has been away from home for so long. We thank God everyday for making the time pass. Even though it has been this long, I know God has made this process as smooth as possible. We will continue to lean on Him to clear the path ahead of us as we continue this journey!
We are still awaiting the results of the biopsy, which should be available today. This will determine the next steps.
During the week, Bri and Brooke decided to move forward with shaving Bri's hair. I cannot wait to touch it (and clean it up, because it isn't quite even-love you, Brooke)! We did Facetime with Bri on Thursday and Anzley, our two-year old, paused for half a second and said, "I love it!"
As we prepare for the next phase of this whole process, I really want to stress how thankful our family is for all the love, support and thoughtfulness everyone has displayed. It is truly humbling and encouraging to know the world we live in is not just filled with sin, evil and selfish people. God has placed all of you in our lives and for that I am grateful. :)
We still have work to do and know God will continue to give us strength. God Bless you all!