For the rest of the day, Sam worked on some multi-tasking:
Around lunchtime, Rabbi Steve came to visit. We are actually certain that we're winning for "most rabbi visitors in a week" -- especially if you count Mom and Dad!
Rabbi Steve likes to make an entrance:
|"I'm just lion around," he said to Sam....yeah. He did.|
Okay, so we CAN complain about the continued uncertainty of his labwork. The whole thing continues to concern our medical team, and today his ANC had a little dip down to 60. The bone marrow biopsy is officially scheduled for tomorrow morning....and hopefully we will have some very concrete answers, but most likely not until Friday.
No matter what the results are, we know that we are not at the end of our journey. We are still very much in the middle, even somewhat near the beginning, depending on how you look at it. The doctors are being incredibly attentive and answering every question I throw at them -- even the ones to which they just have to say, "I don't know." I do know that they have contingency plans and ideas and options. The only way to go is forward. And so we keep on moving....one step at a time.
|10,000 steps! *at 9:35pm...finally!|