Evie and I said our goodbyes to Amos this morning before jumping on a plane. We will miss him but know he is in good hands.
My girls were supposed to dress up as animals this morning for spirit week and I thought Phoebe did a cute job helping them pull it off.
The true hero of the day besides Phoebe was Amos’s nurse Margine from Aegis. They are the best home care company ever. We went to change Amos’s Fentanyl patch yesterday and realized there weren’t any left.
I tried Amos’s oncologist’s nurse who never responded. Then I tried the oncologist directly who said he couldn’t call in a refill on a controlled substance.
Margine said it would be difficult but didn’t give up. She had to go through lots of red tape to make it happen so fast but had them delivered to our home before the end of the day.
Phoebe was so relieved and Amos is doing better with new pain patch tonight. He has another appointment with Kundranda tomorrow and I hope they will be able to think outside the box on a new plan for Amos’s treatment.
Evie and I made it to Hollywood today. We ran into Celine Tam, Darci Lynn Farmer, Pompeyo Family Dogs and Yoli Mayor. We are excited to see the first group hit the stage tomorrow and begin preparations for Evie to perform live next Tuesday at the Dolby Theater.
Tonight we went to see Dunkirk (wow) at the historic Mann’s Chinese Theatre. I was sad to see that they have renamed it TCL Chinese Theatre since my maiden name was Mann and I always used to think it belonged to me.
Porter landed the roll of Antony in his high school’s production of Sweeney Todd. I am so excited that he even had the slightest desire to be involved in a musical. Congratulations Porter.
Thank you to whoever brought dinner to my family tonight. Also many thanks to Sean and Rebecca who had room at their home for Bree and Tanner this weekend. Love having friends with spare rooms.