It rained a lot this week. But you know what? That just means the grass will be greener and the flowers more cheery next week. We may have had to play inside for most of the week, but it will just make next week even sweeter.
Day 130: pink petals everywhere!
Day 131: A trip to Philadelphia for Lucy's 6th round of intra arterial chemo left us with a tired little warrior who thoroughly enjoys her time on the hotel beds.
Day 132: The morning after chemo, we prepare to go to CHOP for a nuelasta shot. Grandpa stands at the window and points out scenery as the rest of us get ready to go.
Day 132: Waiting at CHOP. Wish I knew what these two best friends were talking about.
Day 132: Our little warrior had intra arterial chemo on Monday and a blood draw/nuelasta shot on Tuesday morning. All Lucy wanted to do on Tuesday afternoon was play in the yard, pick flowers, and go swinging. Her nuerosurgeon told us on Monday that our little one has a beautiful, strong spirit and we couldn't agree more.
DAy 133: When you REALLY want to swing but it's raining, your Gramby makes it happen.
DAy 134: Just before bedtime. Lucy was playing with her magnets until she noticed the red light on the dishwasher.
Day 135: Peek-a-boo!
Day 136: No words. She loves to put things on her head. We just do our best to make sure she doesn't run into anything.
See you next week!