Today Robbie is very tired and weak. Luckily we did all our shenanigans yesterday at the zoo. He had big plans for today too, but low blood counts and a sore throat have slowed him down. I hate cancer!
We did go to the Butterfly Center for a little bit and he sat on the bench and enjoyed watching the butterflies and wearing his costume. He also dressed up for bloodwork at MD Anderson today.
I took “One Punch Man” to the zoo this morning. People were coming up to Robbie and asking to take pictures with him. He had a lot of fun.
He is pretty tired this evening. Bloodwork starts again tomorrow for low blood counts.
We drove to Katy, TX and had lunch with my nephew and his family at their new house. Then we drove over to check on our house. They have started putting in the plumbing and plan to pour the foundation this week.
Robbie is having a great day!
His quote today as we drove by some homeless people: They aren’t homeless people, they are “free range” humans…
Robbie received a new hat and shirt in the mail from his Aunt Terry. We took a short walk at the zoo this afternoon. The temperature is dropping a bit into the 60’s, which feels good after being so hot this summer.
He is getting along well today, just weaker than normal. He had fun getting out of the apartment for a little while.
Robbie got a sloth outfit in the mail today from someone he works with at Navico. Love it! Best smile all day! Thank you!
Robbie is a little under the weather this evening with a fever of 100 that we are watching. Hopefully we can stay out of the ER this week. 101 is when we have to take him.
Our sweet boy is spending another day sleeping from the chemo treatment and also some issues with nausea.
Lynn and I went walking at the zoo this afternoon. The weather is great.
Robbie has spent most of the day sleeping. He only needed mild nausea meds in the morning, but by afternoon, we had to get out the heavy meds that knock him out. He is sleeping in his favorite chair. In this picture, he is a couple days old.
Thank you for your prayers and support.
The first picture is start of chemo. He was feeling great and holding his new sloth. The second picture, chemo was almost done and he was weak.
When I was packing our things into storage, I wish I had left his wheelchair out. We could have used it today getting in from the parking ramp to our apartment. Now we are home and he is sleeping.
It is hard to see him doing so well and see chemo knock him down. Praying it is also knocking out the cancer!